The list author says: "David advises boards of directors and business unit executives on IT performance, budgets, benchmarks, organization design, quality and sourcing of computing products and services.
"Business intelligence is actually a subset of the broader topic of knowledge management. This is a strong foundation for understanding how professionals acquire, organize and apply knowledge (concepts and skills) to the facts at hand."
"The two books on this list by Stephen Few provide current leading practices for practical, computer generated graphics. Other authors on this subject include methods that include hand-drawn, artistic (hard to automate) representations."