One of the main purposes of any internal organizational function should be anticipating changes in the business environment. Any decisions based on good intelligence should take into consideration the changes that the intelligence program has detected in areas such as the competitive, technological... more
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Intelligence projects produce various key indices that measure information and intelligence aspects, but once obtained, which aspects should your organization focus on in order to impact revenues the most? Different intelligence aspects have different impacts on organizational revenues. Revenue... more
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Mergers and acquisitions represent the ultimate in change for a business. No other event is more difficult, challenging, or chaotic as a merger and acquisition. It is imperative that everyone involved in the process has a clear understanding of how the process works, and how intelligence... more
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While market research often focuses on fulfilling specific information needs, competitive intelligence is an ongoing process of developing a holistic analysis of your organizational environment. “Competitive” intelligence is not just “competitor” intelligence. Competitive intelligence can focus on... more
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You may wonder how some organizations implement and manage intelligence programs while making it seem like an effortless endeavor. It can be anything but, for most organizations, so don't let those others fool you by making it look easy. There are dozens of factors and constraints that need to be... more
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