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📒Business And Competitive Analysis ✍ Craig S. Fleisher
✏Business and Competitive Analysis Book Summary : A comprehensive reference on ways to enhance strategic planning and implement effective corporate strategies introduces a broad spectrum of methods to assess the tools that analyze business, competition, and market data, and offers detailed instructions to help implement strategies quickly and effectively, covering Analysis Theory and Competitive, Enterprise, Environmental, Evolutionary, and Financial and Statistical techniques. (Intermediate)
📒Business And Competitive Analysis ✍ Craig S. Fleisher
✏Business and Competitive Analysis Book Summary : Meet any business or competitive analysis challenge: deliver actionable business insights and on-point recommendations that enterprise decision makers can’t and won’t ignore! All you need is one book: Business and Competitive Analysis, Second Edition . This generation’s definitive guide to business and competitive analysis has now been thoroughly updated with additional methods, applications and examples. Craig S. Fleisher and Babette E. Bensoussan begin with a practical primer on the process and context of business and competitive analysis: how it works, how to avoid pitfalls, and how to communicate results. Next, they introduce their unique FAROUT method for choosing the right tools for each assignment. The authors then present dozens of today’s most valuable analysis methods. They cover “classic” techniques, such as McKinsey 7S and industry analysis, as well as emerging techniques from multiple disciplines: economics, corporate finance, sociology, anthropology, and the intelligence and futurist communities. You’ll find full chapters outlining effective analysis processes; avoiding pitfalls; communicating results; as well as drill-downs on analyzing industries, competitive positioning, business models, supply chains, strategic relationships, corporate reputation, critical success factors, driving forces, technology change, cash flow, and much more. For every method, Fleisher and Bensoussan present clear descriptions, background context, strategic rationales, strengths, weaknesses, step-by-step instructions, and references. The result is a book every analyst, strategist, and manager can rely on – in any industry, for any challenge.
📒Strategic And Competitive Analysis ✍ Craig S. Fleisher
✏Strategic and Competitive Analysis Book Summary : Summary: "This book comprehensively examines the wide spectrum of techniques involved in analyzing business, competitive data, and information. Twenty-four analytical tools are discussed and evaluated with examples to illustrate their most effective application."--Publisher description.
📒Managing Frontiers In Competitive Intelligence ✍ Craig S. Fleisher
✏Managing Frontiers in Competitive Intelligence Book Summary : For specialists and nonspecialists alike, this perceptive selection of the newest and the up and coming tools and techniques of competitive intelligence picks up where other books leave off, offering a well balanced combination of theory and practice. It shows how advances in computers and technology have accelerated progress in CI management, and the ways in which CI has affected (and been affected by) major business functions and processes. It explores applications to organizations of various sizes and types. Analysts, strategists and organizational decision makers will find the book especially valuable, as they seek to make sense of the business environment and assess their organizations' evolving, dynamic places in it.
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📒Analysis Without Paralysis ✍ Babette E. Bensoussan
✏Analysis Without Paralysis Book Summary : Since the publication of the original edition, the importance of interpreting business data has become mission critical for professionals in all types of businesses. These professionals have discovered the benefits of business analysis to address their organizations most crucial strategic and tactical challenges. The Second Edition of this successful guide to business analysis, shows readers how to apply analytical tools without having to mire themselves in advanced math or arcane theory. Analysis Without Paralysis teaches readers the fundamentals of business analysis through the use of 12 core tools. Each tool will make the way readers assess and interpret their business’ data more effective, accurate, and actionable. Accessibly written, the authors walk readers through the entire business analysis process and then explain each of today’s most valuable analysis tools so business professionals will be able to make better decisions about their company’s strategy and operations--and achieve better results. The Second Edition includes three new analytical tools and updates all of the prior edition’s data and examples. For each tool, the authors present clear descriptions, context, rationales, strengths, weaknesses, step-by-step instructions, and case study examples. "This title should be on any business manager’s shelf wanting to make better decisions using analysis." --UK Competitive Intelligence Forum (UK CIF)
📒The Financial Times Guide To Analysis For Managers ✍ Babette E. Bensoussan
✏The Financial Times Guide to Analysis for Managers Book Summary : The FT Guide to Analysis for Managers gives you the 12 core methodologies that will make the way you evaluate business data and information more effective and more business-focused. Learn the fundamentals of these techniques and you'll be able to analyse the performance and competitive fitness of both your own company and your competitors more effectively and take better strategic decisions about the future direction of your business. The top 12 tools covered, in a straightforward, practical style, are: � BCG Growth/Share Portfolio Matrix � Competitor Analysis � Financial Ratio and Statement Analysis � Five Forces Industry Analysis � Issue Analysis � Product Life Cycles Analysis � Scenario Analysis � Macroenvironmental Analysis � SWOT Analysis � Value Chain Analysis � Driving Forces Analysis � Win/Loss Analyis STRONGER ANALYSIS DELIVERS BETTER BUSINESS RESULTS The FT Guide to Analysis for Managers will help you make sense of today's complex, chaotic, globally competitive environment. It will hone your strategic thinking, and give you an improved understanding of the competitive terrain, which in turn will help you steal a march on your competitors. Effective analysis of your competition, environment, organization, and strategy will help you deliver the following: * Early warning of potentially developing opportunities or emerging threats in your competitive environment. * An objective and arm's-length assessment of your organization's relative competitive position. * The ability to help your organization to more quickly and easily adapt to changes in the environment. For each form of the indispensable 12 methods of analysis covered, the authors present clear descriptions, context, rationales, strengths, weaknesses, step-by-step instructions, and case study examples. The result: a book you can rely on to meet your strategic challenges, and address your business challenges, whatever your role, industry, or environment. About the authors Babette E. Bensoussanis Managing Director of The MindShifts Group, a company specializing in competitive intelligence, strategic planning, and strategic marketing projects in the Australasia region. Babette is widely recognized and sought after for her international expertise in competitive analysis and has provided mentoring and training to executives and organizations to assist with the delivery and implementation of competitive intelligence. She has undertaken major studies for and consulted togovernment departments, global Fortune 500 companies as well as mid-sized firms,and has undertaken over 300 projects in a wide range of industries and markets. In 2006 she was recognized for her work in this field by being presented with the highest and most prestigiousinternationalaward in the field of competitive intelligence-the SCIP Meritorious Award. Craig S. Fleisher holds the Windsor Research Leadership Chair and is Professor of Management, Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Canada. Craig is a past President and Fellow of the International Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, founder and inaugural chair of the Board of Trustees of the Competitive Intelligence Foundation (Washington, DC), founding editor of the Journal of Competitive Intelligence and Management and a founding member of the International Association of Business and Society. Craig has authored and edited ten books in the areas of applied strategy; competitive intelligence analysis; and performance management, most recently Business and Competitive Analysis (FT Press, 2007).
📒The Manager S Guide To Competitive Marketing Strategies ✍ Norton Paley
✏The Manager s Guide to Competitive Marketing Strategies Book Summary : The third edition of this book explains the latest techniques for both developing and applying competitive strategies in an increasingly challenging and uncertain business environment.
📒Controversies In Competitive Intelligence ✍ Craig S. Fleisher
✏Controversies in Competitive Intelligence Book Summary : Twenty-four cuting edge issues are evaluated for scholars and practitioners in the volatile field of competitive intelligence.
📒Competitive Intelligence ✍ Larry Kahaner
✏Competitive Intelligence Book Summary : Explains how businesses gather information on their competition and the marketplace, and discusses the ethics and cost of business intelligence