Academy CI’s Blog

Academy CI’s Blog 2017-01-07T16:38:32+00:00

Why ACI?

ACI is the only entity solely and exclusively dedicated to training and professional development in CI/MI/SI.

We do not operate other lines of business such as conferences, syndicated research, or software.  That enables us to focus on developing and delivering the best professional development experience for our students. […]

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Leading Means Leaving Money on the Table

By Dr. Ben Gilad, ACI Faculty

In 1999, when Jan Herring and I founded the Gilad-Herring Academy of Competitive Intelligence, we were the first to create a full curriculum for competitive intelligence education but it was centered on analysis and organization, not collection. When Fuld & Co. joined us in 2001, we rounded up the curriculum with collection courses as Leonard Fuld was the leader […]

ACI June 2018 Training Group Very Impressive

Helen Rothberg stated:

“Had a wonderful learning experience at ACI with a group of bright, good natured and energetic people.  For the first time, two teams in the Value Chain course were able to compute an exact value in a relative cost analysis, each earning a plaque of excellence.  I feel as if I also concluded CIP-II training a bit smarter!”

What degrees are conducive to careers in competitive or market intelligence?

By Dr. Ben Gilad, ACI Faculty

Mick Lariviere (CIP-II™) recently changed jobs. Formerly at McAfee, he put our Masters’ certification on his resume. The hiring manager at his new job told him our certification was a game changer.

We have dozens of such anecdotes.

We have trained thousands of managers in competitive/market intelligence. Our institution has certified over 2,000 as CIP™- the most widely recognized (and the […]

Do women make better analysts?

By Dr. Ben Gilad, ACI Faculty

First, my answer is Yes. Second, I admit- the heading is mostly so more women read it and then come study with us. Naturally, it is a generalization, and like all generalizations, it holds a kernel of truth but doesn’t apply to every analyst.

At the recent CI+Strategy event in San […]

6 Surefire Ways to Impress the Higher-Ups at Work, According to a Management Expert

Article by ACI faculty in Money Magazine.

Working in a large organization can make you feel invisible — but is there a secret to getting noticed as a go-to person by executives many pay-grades above yours?

See full article here: http://time.com/money/5201849/how-to-impress-higher-ups-at-work/

 

 

 

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