While the business model canvas typically has been used by startups, intelligence practitioners can use the business model canvas approach in conjunction with CI tools to help organizations of all types to understand which components of their business model are at risk.
CI industry veteran Zena Applebaum will step you through the many similarities between food and intelligence, and how your organization can avoid Infobesity!
Groundbreaking work on design thinking (Martin, 2009) and antifragility (Taleb, 2012) sets the foundation for this cutting-edge framework, packed with actionable insights for leveraging chaos as a force for enhancing your firm’s innovative capacity in turbulent times.
A collaborative environment creates improved interactions between government agencies and the industries and organizations they regulate.
Insights from this “little data” will inform and guide “big data” healthcare transformation, as well as provide insight for other B2B markets facing similar challenges.
Competitive profiling and monitoring relies on a combination of primary and secondary research to give us a more three-dimensional picture of competitive target organizations.
Ninety-percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years. With the increase of mobile devices, social media networks, and the sharing of digital photos and videos, we are continuing to grow the world’s data at an astounding pace. By the year 2020, 1.7 megabytes of data will be created for every person on earth every second. Data is big…and getting bigger.
We have arrived at a point in history where demographic slowdown, financial market and economic instability, and optimization driven management practices are fanning the flames of rivalry across industry.
The new product development process is not easy, and failure commonly occurs. “Fuzziness” frequently arises in the front end of innovation (FEI) from volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, resulting in difficulties leading to many of these failures.
Don’t be intimidated, war games can be a very simple and pragmatic way to expose your senior stakeholders to industry and competitive dynamics and to thrust your organization into strategic and/or tactical action.