Ever feel your intelligence or research function could make a stronger impact but leadership just doesn’t listen? Provocateur Mr. Hahlbeck provides a framework for appropriately aligning your function, for ensuring equilibrium within your function, and developing a roadmap that leads to greater results.
The best intelligence program can produce failure if cognitive bias goes unrecognized and unmanaged. Even if you engage in best practices, social bias, memory bias, decision bias, and probability bias can hijack your program.
Product Portfolio Management is a critical part of the P&L “operating system” of nearly every organization. While the nuances may change from industry to industry, the core management tenants remain the same.
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) can be a valuable series of insights to analyze when examining the behaviors of your competitive set.
Many intelligence practitioners don’t recognize the many opportunities available to create advantages for their organizations by applying intelligence to influencing the public policy or nonmarket environments.
Competitor role play or war gaming does not have to be played out on a strategic level. Its value can be applied in a go to market situation to keep the business honest, fine tune existing plans and stay one step ahead.
In this session, Joel Whitaker will showcase FSG’s economic outlook for 2017, from oil prices to currency volatility, as well as FSG’s latest growth forecasts for key regions and countries.
How Energy & Utilities Must Adopt Intelligence Best Practices to Compete Against Disruptive Technologies
“Winning” in any industry these days, especially mature, highly regulated ones is a most difficult task. Finding the best strategies and tactics that allows you to exceed industry norms remains challenging to most executives.
Do you know why you’re losing business? If you don’t ask your customers, you can only guess. Remove the guesswork by conducting Win/Loss interviews with your customers and former prospects.
This webinar features leading professors from two universities whose programs are at the “front of the class” when it comes to educating and preparing intelligence analysts for future challenges.