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Competitive intelligence through UK eyes
(Competitive Intelligence Foundation, 2004)
Competitive Intelligence in the United Kingdom is steadily growing, yet the extent to which the country’s practitioners either understand or appreciate the full extent to which CI can improve their strategic decision making ...
Corporate governance: board leadership
Examining differences in competitive intelligence practice: China, Japan, and the West.
This article identifies the state of competitive intelligence (CI) in Asia, specifically, two of its most prominent economic powers, China and Japan. Comparisons with Western, mainly U.S. practice are made, particularly ...
Dishonest government: Local government reorganisation, England 2006-2010
Time for a "Leggatt-style" review of the Ombudsman system?
The article argues that the “system” of ombudsmen that operates in the United Kingdom, together with the rapid evolution of internal complaints systems, has developed into a fundamental feature of the twenty-first century ...
A Glossary of the European Union
(Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
This A-Z guide explains the key concepts and institutions linked to the EU, along with brief biographies of the leading figures related to the foundation and development of the EU. This will enable readers to link some ...
Managing safety, quality and risk
A large number of patients are unintentionally harmed by adverse events in health care environments and a range of policy initiatives have been developed to manage clinical risk. This chapter provides an overview of these ...