Merrill Brenner describes the Decision-Focused Intelligence framework for prioritizing and executing on intelligence projects that are going to drive important decisions. This episode is particularly useful for CI managers.
Sean Campbell and Scott Swigart of Cascade Insights discuss their e-book "Go Beyond Google" which is a manual of Internet research techniques. We also discuss the dynamics of disruptive innovation in technology.
Arik Johnson of Aurora WDC discusses his new role at Aurora WDC working with organizations and academics to explore and address wicked problems in business. We also get an update on CI 2020 and discuss the Intelligence Collaborative. This interview touches on a number of big topics in business, strategy and competitive intelligence.
Seena Sharp has written a book about delivering and communicating the value of competitive intelligence, "Competitive Intelligence Advantage." Seena and I talk about a wide array of topics related to CI, business and strategy.
This is my interview Tom Hawes of JT Hawes consulting. Tom is the author of the "Strategically Thinking" blog at http://blog.jthawes.com. We discuss aligning CI with business leaders' needs and blogging for CI.
In this episode, I discuss the future of the Competitive Intelligence profession with Arik Johnson of Aurora WDC. Aric discusses his theory of the asymetry of interpretation replacing asymetry of information as the key basis for delivering CI insight.
Eric Garland of Competitive Futures interviews August Jackson in a broad-ranging intellectual discussion on the changing role of CI in a post-Recession, post-Bush global business environment. Recorded 01 March 2009 in Washington, DC.
Interview with Suki Fuller, CI and Social Media Evangelist. Suki can be reached on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/SukiFuller) or e-mail (email@example.com).Social Media Tools discussed in this podcastTwitter: http://www.twitter.comBrightkite: http://www.brightkite.comEvernote: http://www.evernote.comAdobe Buzzword: http://www.adobe.com/acom/buzzword/
Recently I came across several podcasts from the annual conference of the Special Libraries Association (http://www.sla.org). I thought these were very useful programs. I am working with SLA to get the appropriate releases to share all of these programs with the CI Podcast listening audience. In this session J.P. Sherman talks about search engine optimization and how this relates to competitiveness and competitive intelligence. Randy Marcinko discusses the important relationship between...
Mike Lyden and Dan Bukowski, recent graduates from the Mercyhurst Institute for Intelligence Studies share their experiences and lessones learned from the Wiki on Global Diseases project conducted in conjuntion with the National Intelligence Council. Mike Lyden is currently an analyst with McManis & Monsalve Associates (http://www.mcmanis-monsalve.com/). Dan Bukowski works for Booz Allen Hamilton (http://www.bah.com). More information about the Mercyhurst Institute for Intelligence Studies...
In this episode of the CI Podcast we hear from Roger Phelps, Principal of Phelps Business Solutions LLC. Roger shares some tips on how to use LinkedIn as a primary research tool and some of the basics to quality primary research techniques.
This is an interview with Alessandro Comai, co-author of "Mapping & Anticipating the Competitive Landscape." Alessandro and co-author Joaquin Tena outline a framework for applying multiple analytical frameworks to gain a very deep understanding of an enterprise environment. http://www.mappingthelandscape.com.
In this episode of the CI Podcast August engages in some shameless self-promotion in preparation for SCIP 2007. The main topic at hand is creating engaged CI customers and developing products that will resonate with those customers.