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Agnihotri, Raj (2013). How Competitive Rumors and Customer Insights Empower the Sales Force to Grow Market Share. 16 slides.

Alexander, Jennifer (2012). What is CI? An Introduction to Competitive Intelligence in the Law Firm Environment. 23 slides.

Allison, Ed (2013). How Competitive Sales Battlecards and Silver Bullets open the door to strategic analysis. 25 slides.

Applebaum, Zena (2014). Competitive Intelligence: How to Get It, How to Use It, 24 slides.

Applebaum, Zena (2012). How intelligence accelerates new client acquisitions for law firms. 12 slides.

Applebaum, Zena (2014). How intelligence systems empower collaboration and drive new business development. 17 slides.

Baker, Debra (2013). Competitive Intelligence Techniques from the Masters: an In-Depth Exploration of Tools and Best Practices. 42 slides.

Ban, David (2014). Gamification and Competitive Intelligence, 11 slides.

Beeny, Jeff (2014). How to Scan for Healthcare, Biotech and Pharma Acquisition Targets, 13 slides.

Bennetti, Matt (2006). Competitive Intelligence Best Practices, 20 slides.

Borgaonkar, Sadashiv (2014). Competitive Intelligence: the lifeblood of strategy, 136 slides.

Brey, Eric (2013). Utilizing social technology for business intelligence. 67 slides.

Britton, Phil (2013). How to Anticipate and Mitigate Competitors from Adjacent Markets and Industries, 12 slides.

Brooks, Nat (2014). How not to present insights to decision makers and keep your job. 24 slides.

Brooks, Nat (2013). How to Build an Early Warning System to Harness Predictability and Win in the Market, 24 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2011). Competitive Intelligence, 74 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). Forty Years of Intelligence Expertise Distilled, 9 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). Framework Fight Club: 10 Different Frameworks that Organizations Can Use to Better Analyze Their Competition, Industries, and Trends, 120 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2012). Go Beyond Google and Gather Better Competitive Intelligence, 80 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). Going beyond Google: how B2B marketers can gather better intelligence in a big data world. 76 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). How to tune into the voice of the competitor. 63 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). Identifying Sources with Social Media. 114 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2013). Sourcing with social media: tips from a corporate sleuth. 93 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). Squeezing the Internet, 42 slides.

Campbell, Sean (2014). Voice of the competitor: going beyond Google. 66 slides.

Camlek, Victor (2009). Competitive Intelligence and the Evolving Internet, 32 slides.

Clayton, Claudia (2011). Dispelling the Myths About Competitive Intelligence. 42 slides.

Coldea, G. (2010). Using Competitive Intelligence as a Source of Competitive advantage. Part 1Part 2, 32 slides.

Colman, Tom (2014). How Five Key Concepts Maximize the Value of Conference Intelligence Coverage. 19 slides.

Conley, David (2013). How Systematically Analyzing Innovation Trends Makes Industry Change Predictable. 22 slides.

Cripe, Billy (2014). Social Competitive Intelligence Beyond Analytics, 2014, 47 slides.

David, Fred (2013) The external assessment (chapter 3 of Strategic Management, 14th ed.) 53 slides

Davis, Tom (2009). Prediction Markets and Competitive Intelligence, = 257 slides.

De Rossi, Stefano (2009). CI and Risk Management 42 slides.

Debaux, Guy (2010). Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management, 17 slides.

Deltl, Johannes (2012). Best Practices in Implementing Strategic and Competitive Intelligence, 18 slides.

Deltl, Johannes (2009). Competitive Intelligence: Be Ahead of the Competition, 19 slides.

Dess, Lumpkin, Eisner, McNamara (2014). Analyzing the external environment of the firm: creating competitive advantages, chapter 2. Strategic Management, 7th edition.

Donier, Fred (2011). Case de Inteligencia 2.0 Crescendo – Banco do Brasil, 22 slides.

Drieman, Joost (2014). Essential tips for increasing efficiency of intelligence. 39 slides.

Duncan, Rob (2009). Competitive Intelligence: Fast, Cheap, Ethical, 45 slides.

Duncan, Rob (2009). Online social networks and the 2 Cis, 32 slides.

Ezendu, Elijah 2010). Competitive Intelligence, 43 slides.

Ezendu, Elijah (2010). Competitive Intelligence Architecture. 35 slides.

Fierro, Doug (2013). Competitive Intelligence on a Shoestring Budget. 21 slides.

Freeman, Beverly (2013). Competitive UX Intelligence: a primer. 45 slides.

Garland, Erik (2013). How to pot and cope with emerging transitions in complex systems for organizational stability. 22 slides.

GIA (2009). Global market intelligence survey 2009. 19 slides.

GIA (2013). Global Market Intelligence survey 2013. 25 slides.

GIA (2010). How to develop a world class market intelligence function. 17 slides.

GIA (2009). Market Intelligence for Latin America. 25 slides.

GIA (2009). Market intelligence for supply chain management. 34 slides.

Gibson, Ann (2014). How Competitive Intelligence Helps professional Services Firms Succeed. 19 slides.

Gleghorn, Todd (2014). How Internal Human Intelligence Networks (HUMINT) Develop External Primary Sources. 16 slides.

Goedendorp, Ronald(2001). Trade Show Competitive Intelligence: Maximizing Your Intelligence Efforts. 119 slides.

Groth, Brian (2013). Competitive Intelligence, 16 slides.

Harkleroad, David (2012). Linking Competitive Intelligence to Decisions, 6 slides.

Hedberg, Angelique (2014). How Industry and Market Sense Making Communicates Strategic Intelligence, 12 slides.

Herring, Jan (2005). Defining your requirements: the KIT needs identification process. 28 slides.

Heyroth, Stphanie (2014). How to Elevate Recruiting Performance with Competitive Intelligence, 23 slides.

Hoffman, Bill (2014). How voice of the customer via employees can harness frontline insights. 22 slides.

Holland, Jim (2013). Win Loss Analysis: It’s Not Just for Sales Anymore, 18 slides.

Horn, Jeremy (2014). Active Competitive Intelligence. 28 slides.

Hursky, Rostyk (2013). How Canada’s leading research technology organization developed an award-winning intelligence program. 15 slides.

Jackson, August (2009). Anticipating competitive threats to global growth strategies. 19 slides.

Jackson, August (2011). The Competitive Intelligence potential of social media, 16 slides.

Jackson, August (2011). DIY B2B Social Media Intelligence, 13 slides.

Jackson, August (2013). How to monitor social media for indicators of industry and market change. 20 slides.

Jackson, August (2011). Marketing research and competitive intelligence. 15 slides.

Jackson, August (2010). Social Network Analysis for Competitive Intelligence, 18 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2014). Applying innovation intelligence for market segmentation and targeting. 33 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2006). The CI software spectrum: connecting, automating and distributing intelligence across the enterprise. 48 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2014). Collaborative analytics and insights: uniting strategy with organizational intelligence to anticipate industry change. 42 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2007). The Competitive Intelligence Continuum: Taking Wisconsin to the World. 49 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2006). Competitive Intelligence for Market Researchers: an Exercise-Driven, Interactive Workshop, 45 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2012). How intelligence helps businesses make better decisions in unpredictable times. 28 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2013). Identifying market opportunities: applying innovation intelligence for market segmentation and targeting. 28 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2009). Intelligence 2.0: Exploiting Growth Opportunities and Anticipating Industry Change in the Era of Asymmetric Interpretation. 37 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2008). Intelligence 2.0: How the Trends Shaping Business in the Year Ahead Influence CI’s Ability to Survive and Thrive, 38 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2006). Intelligence driven innovation and product development: an exercise driven, interactive workshop. 38 pages.

Johnson, Arik (2011). Intelligence solutions design: the past, present and future evolution of intelligence tools and methods. 30 slides.

Johnson, Arik (2007). The Upper Hand of Innovation: Using CI to drive product development success, 46 slides.

Johnson, Steve (2013). Win Loss Analysis: It’s not just for sales anymore. 18 slides.

Julian, Ellen (2011). Going Global: How to build local Intelligence toolsets on a shoestring, 11 slides.

Julian, Ellen (2010). Social media and market intelligence: what MI professionals need to know. 11 slides.

Kalb, Cliff (2014). How to anticipate and outmaneuver your rivals: a case study of achieving advantage in pharmaceuticals. 15 slides.

Kerby, Terry (2014). How corporate reorganization creates risk and opportunity for intelligence effectiveness. 31 slides.

Kerby, Terry (2013). How 3M Applies Lean Principles to Make Competitive Intelligence Impact Measurable. 2013, 33 slides.

King, Alex (2014). Tactical Competitive Intelligence for Sales and Bid Teams, 31 slides.

Kjellbert, Hans (2014). Essential tips for increasing efficiency of intelligence. 39 slides.

Knowles, Ron (2011). Learning from the competition: your competitive intelligence. 27 slides.

Leeb, Scott (2013). How Knowledge Management at the Rockfeller Foundation Drives C Suite DecisionMaking, 17 pages.

Leeb, Scott (2014). How to Maximize Competitive Intelligence Impact with a Minimized Budget, 17 pages.

Lemaire, Johanne (2014). Practical Competitive Intelligence: Find Data You Need and Use It. 15 slides.

Levy, Orly (2014). Integrating CI with BI as a Tools for Increasing Revenues in Global Enterprises. 17 slides.

Madureira, Luis (2012). SMINT: Social Media Intelligence, 39 Slides.

Mann, Kevin (2014). How to Engage Senior Executives in 12 Visible, Interactive and Provocative Ways, 40 slides.

Mark, Lindsey (2011). Five Steps to Online Marketing Success Using Competitive Intelligence, 40 slides.

Mark, Lindsey (2011). Advanced Competitive Intelligence Techniques. 21 slides.

Martell, Jesper (2014). How Best Practices Enable Rapid Implementation of Intelligence Portals. 16 slides.

McHenry, Craig (2013). How to link competitive simulations to operational decision-making. 15 slides.

McHenry, Craig (2012). How to measure strategic market and competitive intelligence performance. 19 slides.

McHugh, Dan (2010). The Required Skill Set and Knowledge Base to Conduct CI in Asia Pacific. 11 slides.

Martell, Jesper(2014). Creating and Using Dynamic Topic Maps to Visualize Your Business Environment. 23 slides.

McGraw Marketing (2010). Competitive Intelligence 101: An Introduction. 34 slides.

Mina, Simona (2014). Generating competitive intelligence within higher education institutions. 15 slides

Mitchell, Louise (2013). Actionable Intelligence on the Construction Industry. 27 slides.

Mulligan, Dan (2013). How to reduce analytical bias by applying analysis of competing hypotheses (ACH). 44 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2012). Converse to gain real-time intelligence. 36 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2013). Developing your competitive intelligence skills, 37 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2009). From CI to the Opportunity: Practical Steps to Winning, 16 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2013). How Win Loss Analysis Helps Understand Buyer Behavior to Convert and Retain New Customers, 29 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2013). Optimize Competitive Intelligence Collection: From Public Intelligence to Human Intelligence, 41 Slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2012). Primary Intelligence Collection: Interviewing and Elicitation, 35 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2012). Sales a Goldmine for CI: collaborating with sales, 21 slides.

Naylor, Ellen (2014). The What, Why and How of Win Loss Analysis, 27 slides.

Nelles, Alexandra (2012). Creating a global CI knowledge community with non-CI personnel. 14 slides

Nelles, Alexandra (2013). How to Enhance Competitive Insights Using Internal Social Media. 18 slides.

Nockels, Alysse. How to Recruit and Select the Best Candidate for an Intelligence Job. 2014, 19 slides.

Pagell, Ruth (2010). Competitive Intelligence: Industry research, Comparisons, Marketing. 36 slides.

Park, Siyoung (2014). Shaping business strategy through competitive intelligence: strategic use of intellectual property information. 60 slides, World Intellectual Property Organization

Payne, Jim (2013). How to build and maintain your internal expert network to capture actionable insights. 13 slides.

Pelayo, Esteban (2006). What are firm’s strategic intelligence needs? the Murcia example. 18 slides.

Pfeffer, Troy (2010). Best practices in market intelligence for sales, 27 slides.

Philips, Clay (2013). How technology intelligence can forecast disruptive innovations and fuel competitive strategy. 26 slides.

Pick, Dave (2003). Customer/Competitive Intelligence in 60 seconds. 13 slides.

Ponarul, Richard (2010). Economics of strategy: competitors and competition, 58 slides.

Popper, Rafael (2013). Towards foresight 3.0. 21 slides.

Price, David (2014). Five Lead strategies for competitive intelligence in Asia, 19 slides.

Rosengren, Kim (2014). How a 360 Degree Competitive IQ Drives Healthcare Services Marketing, 19 slides.

Roskill, Damian (2011). Four Keys to Maximizing Online Channel Effectiveness Using Competitive Intelligence. 32 slides

Sahoo, Robby (2012). Competitive intelligence, 31 slides.

Santos, Isabel (2011). A quick introduction to competitive Intelligence. 37 slides.

Saracevic, Tefko (2010) Ethics for information professions, ethics for searchers. 31 slides

Sgro, Vincent (2013). Power Up Your Competitive Price Intelligence with Web Data. 38 slides.

Sikich, Geary (2013). How blending business continuity, strategy and risk management mitigates Black Swans and Shapeshifters. 27 slides.

Simard, Albert (2013). Competitive Intelligence: an island of structure in an unstructured ocean. 33 slides.

Sinha, Harsh (2009). Understanding the legal boundaries for competitive intelligence in India. 27 slides.

Slaboszewski, Kristine (2011). Planting the CI Seed: Growing a Competitive Intelligence Program. 14 slides.

Sliva, Tarcizio (2011). Social media monitoring and competitive intelligence, 19 slides.

Smith, Tim (2012). How War Games Can Help Strengthen a Competitive Intelligence Program, 17 slides.

Strand, Jill (2014). How Librarians Turn Intelligence Skills into Industry Insight. 17 slides.

Stock, Adam (2011). Using competitive intelligence to build your legal business, 18 slides.

Stumpfegger, Alexander (2012). Competitive intelligence and big data, 139 slides.

Tan Stephanie (2011). Best practices in market intelligence for sales. 27 slides.

Thiele, Terry (2013). How strategic intelligence elevates new business development success. 40 slides.

Unknown (2009). Repositioning competitive intelligence, 24 slides.

Vlems, Edwin (2012). Inbound Marketing: How to Use Competitive Intelligence as a Magnet for Customers. 91 slides.

Voiovich, Jason (2014). How tactical intelligence drives strategic innovation. 28 slides.

Walker, Tim (2009). CI in a web 2.0 world, 25 slides.

Weiss, Sholom (2007). A System for Real-time Competitive Market Intelligence, 12 slides.

Wergeles, Fred (2010). Analyst Tools, Competitive Analysis, and Market Intelligence. 11 slides.

Wergeles, Fred (2013). How to Use Competitor Response Modeling to Accurately Forecast Potential Competitor Actions, 22 pages.

West, Chris (2013). How Defensive Intelligence Can Increase the Success of Your Company’s Next Move. 16 slides.

Wichtendahl, Thorsten (2011). How Competitive Intelligence Can Lead to Better Decision-making in Mergers and Acquisitions, 35 slides.

Winfield, Chris (2012). Competitive Intelligence: tools and tactics that work. 60 slides.

Wing, Melanie (2013). How Intelligence Teams Can Look Beyond Competitors to Optimize Company Success. 12 slides.

Wright, Sheila (2013). How to Challenge Assumptions and Surface Hidden Advantages Using a Cross-Functional Insight Team. 25 slides.

Zangwill, Bill (2014). How four statistical rules forecast who wins a competitive bid. 58 slides.


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