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Using Game Theory to Predict Competitive Behavior - a Free Live Webinar with Dr. Niall Fraser - Wednesday 9 April 2008

"Business is a game, the greatest game in the world if you know how to play it."
~ Thomas J. Watson, Founder of IBM


Coming up next week, Wednesday 9 April 2008, beginning at 1:00 PM Eastern / 10:00 AM Pacific time, Aurora WDC's COO and Director of Research, Derek Johnson, will be host of Aurora's next live, free 75-minute webinar, featuring Dr. Niall Fraser co-founder and principal scientist of Open Options Corporation on the subject of Using Game Theory to Predict Competitive Behavior.

Click this link to register now, as seating is limited.
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/751047505

Dr. Fraser is recognized as the leader in Game Theory by some of the world's largest corporations, including companies like Chevron, IBM, GE, Microsoft, Ford, Boeing and others who use Game Theory to determine the best attainable outcome for their most complicated issues and competitive challenges.

Through an IBM case study of how the company used Open Options and Game Theory to answer these critical questions and to develop a strategic action plan for their Linux strategy, this session will teach you:

1. When to apply Game Theory
2. Which industries and types of problems best match its strengths
3. What information you require and how to collect it
4. How to predict competitor behavior
5. How to identify emerging threats, workable trade-offs, hidden allies and hidden opponents

This is your chance to hear from a leader in Game Theory - space is...

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Hi Arik,

First of all. I want to congratulate you on the webinars you organized last year. They were really good!

It will be not possible for me to attend to this one. Will this be available, as usual, for downloading?

Best regards and see you in San Diego!

Adrian
Thanks Adrian - yes, we'll be publishing the webinars afterward and are looking into perhaps putting them up on YouTube as well for outreach beyond the CI world. That'd make it easier for you and others to embed them in your own blog too and help spread the ideas, as well as places like this group on Ning.

Even if you can't make it, I'd encourage you to register if you're interested in getting the archive - we'll make a special emailing of it to all the registrants whether you were there live or not and that way you won't have to watch for the archive on our blog or newsletter.

This session on Game Theory is first in a series of three that will also include one on April 30 about Market & Competitor Mapping and another on May 21 on Reputation Management. Those are both linked in the prior sentence if you'd like to learn more and register.

Looking forward to seeing you in San Diego Adrian - all the best and safe travels!

- Arik

p.s. for those of you who missed last year's webinars, we have them online at http://www.recong2.com/webinars.

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