As a BI Practitioner
I want to understand what AgileBI Disciplines are
So that I know what Disciplines to follow (and what Disciplines not to)

There are a number of Agile focussed disciplines that you should implement when deliverying Data, Analytics or Visualisations in an AgileBI way.

There are also a raft of waterfall focussed disciplines, that have minimal value in an AgileBI approach and so should be avoided if possible.

The articles below provide more details on both.

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