Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
Nadie puede desconocer que las buenas ideas emergen desde nuestra conciencia como un destello que nos ilumina justo en el momento menos esperado. Seguro que Usted en alguna oportunidad cuando se ducha, mientras nada, conduce o cuando se está en lugares en que la mente tiene la oportunidad de vagar y usar este tiempo en concentrarse sobre un objeto o un ideal
Un ruidoso medio de transporte, tal vez lleno de pasajeros que se apiñan – Metro- no parece ser el mejor lugar para…Continue
Added by JULIO HERNAN FUENTES CHAVARRIGA on August 29, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
What Indian Government needs to do about Intelligence Failures?
The failing of Government of India is NOT collecting information using OSINT or HUMINT or NATGRID. What Indian Government lacks is the ability to generate Intelligence. Government of India can use…Continue
Added by Vivek Raghuvanshi on August 24, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
In most companies in India, competitive intelligence is not primarily done by CI professionals. Many functions are interested in competitive intelligence. Sales, marketing, strategy, product development, are the common ones. But finance, HR , procurement and others also need it. They all generally gather competitive information as part of their regular functional roles .
The users of the intelligence (and analysis) are heads of these functions, business heads, and of…Continue
Added by Varsha Chitale on August 10, 2012 at 3:09am — No Comments
Topple rate is a measure that a McKinsey consultant devised in 2007. It measures the rate at which companies lose their leadership position or switch ranks. The ranking in this context is done on the basis of return on assets (ROA). For example, if the topple rate is 40%, it means that if you an industry leader, there is a 40% chance that you will lose your position to another firm in a given year. The topple rate is also a measure of the ability of a company to sustain its competitive…Continue
Added by Varsha Chitale on August 1, 2012 at 7:45am — No Comments