Managing Intelligence Teams
AbstractThis article describes how top firms structure their intelligence teams, how the teams operate, and how they contribute to strategy making. Every business confronts some set of crucial business issues and strategic decisions, a unique combination of specific competitive changes that needs to be explored and specific choices that must be made. Each business issue or strategic decision must be supported by vital, forwardlooking intelligence. For the corporate leaders and intelligence professionals, the challenge always is to understand the potential turbulence inherent in the relevant competitive or marketplace environment.
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intelligence team; top firms; strategic decisions; marketplace environment;
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