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Strategic and Competitive Analysis: Methods and Techniques for Analyzing Business Competition
Preface. PART 1. ANALYSIS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE AND STRATEGY. 1. The Strategy and CI Process. 2. Analysis and Its Pitfalls. 3. The FAROUT System. PART 2. THE TECHNIQUES OFExpand
Business and Competitive Analysis : Effective Application of New and Classic Methods
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This research highlights the need to understand more fully the role of emotion in the decision-making process and the role that emotion plays in the selection of winners and losers. Expand
Using open source data in developing competitive and marketing intelligence
Purpose – The paper seeks to show how the increasingly popular use of data and information acquired from open sources (OS) impacts competitive and marketing intelligence (C/MI). It describes theExpand
Competitive intelligence in practice: empirical evidence from the UK retail banking sector
This paper presents the findings of an empirical study of the major UK retail banks, the purpose of which was to investigate, not only how they operate their competitive intelligence gatheringExpand
Using an Agency-Based Approach to Analyze Collaborative Federated Interorganizational Relationships
An agency-based approach is used to analyze the factors that affect the creation and maintenance of collaborative federated interorganizational relationships. An overview of several theoreticalExpand
Analysis Without Paralysis: 10 Tools to Make Better Strategic Decisions
If you're a manager or business owner, you need tools to make better decisions--about business strategy, marketing, competition, positioning, product development, and much more. In Analysis WithoutExpand
A balanced scorecard approach to public relations management assessment
Abstract This article describes a new managerial approach to assessing Public Relations/Communications (PR/C) performance using a balanced scorecard. The balanced scorecard requires PR/C executivesExpand
Developing the public affairs body of knowledge
This paper examines the need for developing a public affairs body of knowledge (BOK). It examines the rationale for having a BOK within a larger context of professionalism in the field, identifiesExpand
Examining differences in competitive intelligence practice: China, Japan, and the West
This article identifies the state of competitive intelligence (CI) in Asia—specifically, two of its most prominent economic powers, China and Japan. Comparisons with Western, mainly U.S. practice,Expand
The role of insight teams in integrating diverse marketing information management techniques
Purpose – The paper seeks to address the viability of planning and executing the integration of four often independent marketing information management techniques, i.e. competitive intelligence (CI),Expand
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