Dedicated to the band of brothers at International Technical Advisory Corps and friends at Corporate Risks
Addressing Macro Issues of Risks such as :
1. Middle East instability
2. Interstate & Civil Wars
3. Failed and failing states
4. International Terrorism
5. Collapse of NPT
Understanding Cross-Cultural Differences - Mitigating Risks of… Continue
Added by Vivekk Raghuvanshi on November 1, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Added by Carlos de Azevedo on October 16, 2009 at 11:06am —
I'm looking forward to my first European CI Summit in Amsterdam in November. Interested to know who plans on being there. Also any hotel recommendations since I missed the deadline for the special SCIP rate for the conference hotel?
Added by Angelo Pratt on September 22, 2009 at 12:04am —
There's been a lot of great discussion on the Intelligence Collaborative idea. I've organized and documented it in the file below - edits/other ideas/better proposals on how to collaborate welcome!
Intelligence Collaborative v1 2009-09-17.pptx
Added by V. Shuman on September 18, 2009 at 11:18am —
I was eighteen years old, fiercely independent and ready to go to college. We were living in Wyoming at the time and the college was in Florida. The long road trip ahead of me was the first one that I had ever undertaken by myself. I would have to make all the preparations beforehand, all of the decisions along the way and, of course, I was responsible for how I performed in school.
But first my trusty VW Bug had to get me… Continue
Added by Tom Hawes on June 30, 2009 at 3:00pm —
After leading a major capture for 4 years I think I picked up a few pointers on the value of Competitive Intelligence and Competitive Analysis. Obviously, the links between developing win themes, ghosting strategies and a PTW approach are the major areas, but later when working a major proposal, I found that having good CI/CA on hand is extremely important. There is a NORAD/NORTHCOM saying "The time to exchange business cards is not at the start of a crisis". Well I would say the time to look… Continue
Added by Richard on June 25, 2009 at 7:24pm —
Market intelligence solution: benchmarking the best intelligence software solution for your company
The Internet contains many valuable bits of intelligence offering a substantial competitive advantage for companies able to track them efficiently. For that reason, a plethora of vendors today offers intelligence solutions and it became cumbersome for companies to find the one that will better fit… Continue
Added by Christophe ASSELIN on June 12, 2009 at 8:46am —
On June 2, I entered in the 1000th entry of the “News” column on the main page of the SCIP.org website. This milestone presents an opportunity to review the purpose of this section – it brings discussions and comments covering all aspects of CI to the attention of as many individuals as possible. Also note that this section is open to everyone.
As the publishing world is diminishing, and people receive their news and information from internet sources, most of the entries for this… Continue
Added by Bonnie Hohhof on June 9, 2009 at 11:13am —
With the bankruptcy of General Motors, our economy has finally hopped over the plane’s wing into the Twilight Zone. Not that this event was surprising to anybody with a cursory interest in money or cars - GM bet its future on the world’s endless thirst for bloated Hummers and Yukons and left quality and disruptive innovation to Asian rivals, all while locked into being America’s largest private provider of healthcare and pensions. You can get six Jack Welches, ten Peter Druckers and those guys… Continue
Added by Eric Garland on June 5, 2009 at 10:05am —
Bridges to Italy and ITWIIN Launch Annual Awards Program; Grand Prize Includes Trip to Italy and Honors at 2009 ITWIIN Conference.
Italian female scientists working in North America (US, Canada and Mexico)
with at least one US patent, entered the inaugural The Premio Award, Honoring Italian Women Scientists in America
competition, which is sponsored by Bridges to Italy
and the… Continue
Added by bianca dellepiane on May 27, 2009 at 4:37pm —
we have them for most of the Fortune 500. for those of you with no money we are also amenable to trading.
look for our ad in SCIP newsletter.
Added by stan grubman on May 14, 2009 at 9:47am —
#scip09 Active Dialog results posted - Low-Cost Intelligence Collection websites. Helpful Internet research sources. http://bit.ly/loxKg
Added by Fred Wergeles on May 5, 2009 at 11:55am —
Recently we've seen two articles
about sharepoint as a CI tool. As well there were some discussions on this issue during recent workshop run by Aurora WDC (Intelligence 2.0 Clinic ) at annual SCIP conference in Chicago.
I do not consider myself an expert in CI software field but as I see more and more written and said on this topic maybe my small… Continue
Added by Mislav Jurisic on May 4, 2009 at 7:11am —
As I've been reflecting this week on the key takeaways of SCIP’s International Conference & Exhibition in Chicago last week, I wanted to extend a thank you to all of you that attended and caused the conference to be engaging to our intellects and extremely fun to attend. I want to personally thank my Vice Chair, August Jackson, for all of his work surrounding the conference – I can say confidently, we’re all in very good hands with August as he prepares the team for SCIP10’s program in D.C.… Continue
Added by Derek Johnson on May 1, 2009 at 3:05pm —
Social Media Marketing is very popular and all major brands/companies are catching up this trend.If you are interested in checking out which company follows what kind of Social Media Marketing Channel then check out Social Media Marketing Wiki hosted by Peter Kim
Top digital marketing trends in 2009:
• Micro-blogging Services(I mean Twitter)
• Search Engine Optimization & Marketing
• Pay Per Click or Performance based… Continue
Added by V Narasimha Reddy on April 30, 2009 at 4:53am —
This year, Aurora WDC launched Aurora Sports to make it possible for SCIP09 attendees who enjoy exercising to have an opportunity to get in a scenic run around Chicago’s waterfront, a stress-relieving yoga class, or a casual gym workout. All you need to do is show up and you could win a 32" Samsung LCD HDTV.
Anyone and everyone is invited and no RSVP is necessary.… Continue
Added by Arik Johnson on April 22, 2009 at 11:30am —
One the biggest ways that Zepol
's users utilize trade data in their companies is for competitive intelligence
. They track their competitors and understand what suppliers other companies in their industry are working with. In addition, they look at the products that they import to better understand their marketplace. Competitive intelligence, at its core, is about making… Continue
Added by Kevin on April 15, 2009 at 9:17am —
I had meant to post this event on our Ning calendar, but alas I was traveling during the last several weeks and forgot. However, you can have the benefit of this webinar here
, including the slides
and the… Continue
Added by Ellen Naylor on April 9, 2009 at 5:42pm —
By Lance Winslow
Whenever you start any type of business, it is a pretty good idea to see what competition you might have out there. Find out what they are charging, who they are and what type of volume they have. If you are planning on starting a Mobile Oil Change business, these rules also apply. Typically, mobile oil change operators do not realize that their biggest competition is really the low-cost discounters that are at fixed… Continue
Added by Lance Winslow on March 28, 2009 at 1:27am —
During the Chase investor day last week, Charlie Scharf (CEO of Retail Financial Services) made comments that were as good as I’ve heard in probably two years. Scharf suggested he can see the peak of home equity losses. That’s not all, Scharf also said he also sees a bottom forming in the California market. If I was just dreaming, please don’t wake me!
Scharf sounded more like a Chief Credit Officer than the head of retail banking. Scharf spent the majority of… Continue
Added by Steven D. Audino on March 3, 2009 at 8:34am —