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Competitive Intelligence: Competing, Consuming and Collaborating in a Flat World
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2009 (English)Collection (editor) (Other academic)
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CONTENT The convergence of Societal Intelligence and Territorial Intelligence to promote Sustainable Development of weakened territories in France. By CHRISTIAN BOURRET Can military education benefit from the study of competitive intelligence? By DIDIER DANET Strategic Dependence of a Developing Country Vision from Patents By HENRI DOU, JEAN MARIE DOU JR, SRI DAMAYANTY MANULLANG Causes of Competitive Analysis Failure: Understanding and Responding to Problems at the Individual Level. By DR CRAIG S. FLEISHER, SHEILA WRIGHT Simon’s theorem reconsidered – towards a theoretical framework for competitive intelligence. By PER FRANKELIUS The Human Factor and Competitive Intelligence: Resource, lever and key for success. By ANNE‐MARIE FRAY Looking for Information: a New Approach to Consider Efficiency and Effectiveness. By PASCAL FRION, HENRI SAMIER The generation of a rumour: from emergence to percolation. By LAURENT GAILDRAUD, HENRI SAMIER, JEAN MAURICE BRUNEAU Tracking business news on the World Wide Web for dynamic CI study of industries. By BRIGITTE GAY Intelligence ideals. By MAGNUS HOPPE Economic Intelligence in Small and Medium Businesses in France: a survey. By SOPHIE LARIVET Competitive Intelligence and Strategic Governance Issues for French Groups of Mutual Banks Facing the Financial Crisis. By DR. DENIS MALHERBE Writing cases as a knowledge capture process in a competitive intelligence program. By MONICA M MALLOWAN, CHRISTIAN MARCON Knowing is action: from noticing to sense-making. By NICOLAS MOINET, PASCAL FRION Methodology to integrate Competitive Intelligence with the Hoshin Kanri planning system: Application to a Commercial Strategy. By FILIBERTO LUÉVANO NARVÁEZ, MARISELA RODRÍGUEZ SALVADOR, JOSÉ ROBERTO ANTONIO VEGA PINO Marginalizing the periphery: enhancing competitive awareness by looking less hard. By MICHAEL NEUGARTEN Enterprise 2.0 as a way to facilitate, enhance, and coordinate intelligence work within large organizations: A Case Study at Toyota Material Handling Europe. By JON‐ERIK OLSSON, JIMMY SANDELL Representing territory resources within a territorial intelligence system. By MARYSE SALLES, GABRIEL COLLETIS Evaluating Business Intelligence Software - Testing the SSAV Model. By YASMINA AMARA, KLAUS SOLBERG SØILEN, PER JENSTER, DIRK VRIENS How application integration, security issues and pricing strategies in business intelligence shape vendor differentiation. By KLAUS SOLBERG SØILEN, ANDERS HASSLINGER Operational Business Intelligence: A Viable Concept. By MATTHIJS VAN ROOSMALEN

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Stockholm: Mälardalen University College in collaboration with Atelis , 2009.
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Business Administration
URN: urn:nbn:se:bth-7844Local ID: diva2:835511
Available from: 2012-09-18 Created: 2010-03-08 Last updated: 2015-06-30Bibliographically approved

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