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Empirical study of competitive intelligence practice: Evidence from UK retail banking.
This paper presents the findings of an empirical study of the major UK retail banks, the purpose of which was to investigate, not only how they operate their competitive intelligence gathering activities, but the degree ...
Intelligence – A global comparison.
(University of Ottawa, School of Management, 2006)
Competitive intelligence has occupied much attention in the popular press and with key business leaders. Books on intelligence are regularly becoming top sellers and senior executives are lauding the importance of it as a ...
Managing ‘legitimacy level and navigating institutional logics in transitional economies’
(European Business and Economic Society, 2017-03)
This paper examines how senior managers in public and private sector organisations navigated between competing logics in the highly contested environment of a transitional economy. The analysis reveals the role ‘legitimacy ...
Developing entrepreneurial leadership for sustainable organisations
(Edward Elgar, 2018-01)
This chapter sets out to explore the field of leadership development and its emerging contribution to sustainable entrepreneurship; why there is a need to develop research and effective practices in this area, and how this ...
Two boards are better than one: a practical guide to restoring trust in the marketplace
(World Congress on Total Quality, Bangalore, 2010-01-15)
Causes of competitive analysis failure: Understanding and responding to problems at the individual level.
It ought to be a fairly safe assumption that a CI analyst would want to perform the analysis task and execute their responsibilities successfully over time. Such competencies should come with added experience on the job, ...
Setting the standards for the professionalisation of competitive intelligence practice.
This paper identifies the five commonly accepted and applied standards required for a particular activity to be termed as a legitimate profession. The background to the use of standards to denote professionalism is ...
Seven European nations, A profile of current CI practice.
The practice of CI is growing across Europe, of that there is no doubt. In 2004 the Journal of Competitive Intelligence & Management invited leading practitioners, consultants and academics from a range of countries to ...