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6 Habits That Will Help You Become a Better Leader, According to Someone Who Coaches CEOs

By Helen Rothberg, ACI Faculty

Over the past 25 years, I’ve coached a mix of executives in for profit and not-for-profit companies like Kellogg’s, Monsanto, SoCalGas, Newark City Government, The United Way, IBM, and AT&T. I’ve been in board rooms with people fretting about decreases in market share, swirling about regulatory agencies, and agonizing about visions for […]

Are you a veteran looking to get into CI?

ACI announces an alliance with ACP- American Corporate Partners, a not-for-profit organization helping to connect veterans to corporate mentors. ACP honors us by accepting our training as valuable for former intelligence professionals from government or military agencies.

For years we had to turn down applicants from government or military intelligence jobs who […]

Winners of the CIP-I Blindspots Analytical Competition Europe April 2017

Me and the giants. The CI giants, that is. Or maybe it’s just the angle (i.e., perspective..:)

Winners of the Blindspots analytical competition, CIP-I, Europe April 2017. From left to right: Olivier Hollesen from DONG O&G, Lynn Guinn from Cargill, Guy Bartram from VMWare.

 

 

 

 

 

Winners of the CIP-I Cross-Competitor Analytical Competition Europe April 2017

Winners of the CIP-I Cross-Competitor Analytical Competition Europe April 2017

From left to right: Filippo Basso Ricci from Philips Lighting, Christian Mendez from Irdeto, Guy Bartram from VMWare, and Olga Menukhin from PRA World Ltd.

The real winners of course are their companies, who get highly trained CIPs rather than human search engines..:)

 

The 8 most positive trends in Competitive Intelligence in 2017

By Dr. Ben Gilad, ACI Faculty

I am typically a negative person. Well, not in my mind– I of course think I am a realist. But I hardly find reasons to celebrate in my field of competitive intelligence, until recently.

Following the publication of my Pharma Executive’s post, I received […]

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