Trends and Predictions
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Does your company know how to compete in the evolving global business arena with emerging entrants? What tactics must your company use to build and maintain innovative cultures, practices and products?
Nova Spivack, CEO and co-founder of Bottlenose, will discuss how the nature of data is changing from static to streaming and from structured to unstructured, and how present day big data analytics and intelligence tools weren’t designed for this new real-time data environment.