Thursday, May 21, 2020
“You don’t have to believe in coincidences because they happen every day. The trick is to be able to discern when something is more than coincidence.”
– Glenn Jones, Introduction to Intelligence Analysis –
Within the military, the role of intelligence analysts is to “tell truth to power regardless of consequences,” whereas in business, analysts often serve “decision-makers for their quest to achieve a competitive advantage in the market.” Benjamin Gilad frames these two approaches as “truth-to-power versus agenda-compliant.” To learn more, including Mr. Gilad’s thoughts on the three most important factors behind the impact of intelligence in business, Click here for the article When the Consumer of Intelligence is a CEO, Does it Matter? Then ask yourself whether you’re gathering intelligence in search of perspective or seeking to validate your existing perspective by gathering intelligence.
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