Executive Education / Corporate Intelligence / UNIL Université de Lausanne

http://www.swisscia.org/storage/Corporate_Intelligence_v11.pdf

HOW TO HELP DECISION MAKERS WITH A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO INTELLIGENCE, WHILE PROTECTING CRITICAL INFORMATION AND EXERTING ETHICAL INFLUENCE

Issues at stake

Information is no longer a scarce resource: through the development of information technology, information is now super-abundant. In such a context, companies seeking to attain a competitive advantage must become proficient in obtaining hard- to-find information and must sharpen their analysis skills so as to sift off insignificant data. Intelligence activities are only worthy if they result in an improved or facilitated decision-making process. Competitors and other adversaries are more aggressively pursuing informational advantage, putting your critical information at risk.

Key Infos

5 days
Monday November 10th – Friday 14th
08:30 – 12:30 / 14:00 – 17:30
Teaching language: English
CHF 4800.–
HEC / UNIL campus

About Alain Mermoud

If you think that Intelligence is expensive, consider the price of ignorance!

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