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Competitive Analysis Resource Center

Competitive Analysis Sample Chapters
Business and Competitive Analysis
“Business and Competitive Analysis: Definition, Context, and Benefits,” from Business and Competitive Analysis: Effective Application of New and Classic Methods, by Craig S. Fleisher and Babette E. Bensoussan (February 2007). Discusses understanding of the terminology (e.g., competitive, strategic, and analysis), common definitions of analysis used in intelligence contexts, and intelligence.
Introduction to Competitive Analysis
“Introduction to Competitive Analysis: The List Accessing Problem, from Online Computation and Competitive Analysis, by Allan Borodin and Ran El-Yaniv (February 2005). Discusses basic ideas and terminology, offline and online optimization problems, the competitive ratio and competitiveness, games and adversaries, the list accessing problem, models, list accessing algorithms, free and paid transpositions, the Sleator-Tarjan result, and the potential function method.
Competitive Intelligence
“Introduction,” from Competitive Intelligence: A Framework for Web-Based Analysis and Decision Making, by Conor Vibert (December 2003). Discusses competitive intelligence (CI) and what it is and how it is used.
Basics of Competitive Intelligence
“The Basics of Competitive Intelligence and What They Mean to a Manager,” from The Manager’s Guide to Competitive Intelligence, by John J. McGonagle and Carolyn M. Vella (September 2003). Discusses the two division of competitive intelligence, active CI, defensive CI, four types of active CI, strategy-oriented competitive intelligence, tactics-oriented competitive intelligence, technology-oriented competitive intelligence, target-oriented competitive intelligence, common elements, key differences, differences between active and defensive CI and among types of active CI, deciding to set up a CI unit, internal customers, targets, and feedback.
Transformation to Organizational Intelligence
“From Individual Transformation to Organizational Intelligence,” from Strategic Intelligence: Business Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, and Knowledge Management, by Jay Leibowitz (March 2006). Discusses transformation, what do we mean by intelligence? and the intelligence hierarchy.
Global Research and Practice in CI
“The State of Our Understanding of Research and Practice in Competitive Intelligence and Global Business,” from Competitive Intelligence and Global Business, by David L. Blenkhorn and Craig S. Fleisher (January 2005). Discusses domestic business, global business, multinational business, why an appreciation of global competitive intelligence is important, global markets, and the differences in managing domestic vs. international/global CI.


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Update :: July 22, 2017