Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
Time: November 16, 2009 at 9am to November 17, 2009 at 6pm
Location: Euston House
Street: 24 Eversholt Street
City/Town: London NW1 1AD
Website or Map: http://www.institute-for-comp…
Phone: 0808 172 2411
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Rainer Michaeli
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2009
Achieving competitive advantage through systematic competitor and market analysis
In times of increasing competition and complex, fast-moving competitive environments, it is important to be one step ahead of the competition. Businesses have to anticipate the activities of their competitors when developing their strategic positioning.Competitive analyses are essential to the successful development of corporate strategy, conducting anticipatory strategy planning and gaining a measurable competitive advantage. Competitive Intelligence, which brings in a systematic analysis process, adds the decisive edge to strategy.
This workshop conveys the fundamentals needed to efficiently conduct research, master information overload, use analytical tools intelligently, implement CI as a process in your business and make strategic decisions with greater certainty.
ImageThrough the more than 15-year CI-experience of the course instructor Rainer Michaeli, "Competitive Intelligence" will be demonstrated hands-on and interactively through exercises and examples from different industries.
Active cooperation of the attendees is expected during the workshops. After all, it is your questions that have to be answered.
Besides the workshop documents, the attendees receive numerous current articles and checklists on the subject of Competitive Intelligence.
The value of Competitive Intelligence (CI) for your business
* What do Competitive Intelligence signify for strategic corporate planning?
* How does CI influence the competitive capacity of the company?
* Ethical and current legal conditions
* Differences between "Competitive Intelligence" und "market research"
* What do the CI cycle, planning, collection, analysis and reporting look like in detail?