Intelligence Tradecraft & Methods
How can a basic misunderstanding of what a “Key Intelligence Topic” (KIT) is become a barrier to mastering the most effective user-needs identification process?
From leading or facilitating 100s of strategic projects over the past 25 years, we saw the need for a better approach to capturing interpreting and utilizing the masses of research and intelligence we gather in which to envision the future and construct strategic plans.
How can intelligence leaders future-proof their organizational structures to prepare for the strategic, market and competitive challenges of tomorrow?
Is it possible to put your strategic, market and competitive intelligence function on a path toward higher performance? Are there any universal lessons to be learned from more experienced corporate practitioners that can be adapted and adopted to any program?
Melanie Wing and Craig McHenry discuss common myths, misunderstandings, fallacies and assumptions prevalent in the interactions between internal corporate practitioners and their external intelligence provider counterparts.
Rostyk Hursky discusses how competitive intelligence supports small to medium-sized business opportunities with actionable insights.
Lora Bray discusses how she learned to embrace uncertainty and ask tough questions to advance in her career.
Carl Derenfeld discusses how intelligence playbooks accelerate healthcare and life science competitive advantage.
Tom Tao discusses how to analyze and interpret China’s recent stock market situation.
Tom Tao discusses how to perform due diligence on companies operating in China.