By Corine Cohen
Following an extended strategy of qualitative, quantitative, and empirical examine subsequent to Strategic Intelligence (SI) specialists and massive businesses, this booklet proposes how to enhance SI and its influence at the functionality of a firm. From an exploration, description and assessment version of SI, a dimension device in components has been outfitted. For all form of agencies and all development degrees of SI, it explains the development of a keep an eye on panel which are used to pilot SI and its impression at the functionality of a company.
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It appears directed towards the representation of an expected event and towards searching for signals Evolution of the General Concept of Surveillance 41 announcing it, as well as towards the development of a response taking advantage of this detection. The author identifies three specific orientations of vigilance: the first shows vigilance as an expectation, the second makes it seem passive, and the third one gives it effectiveness. These notions of attention and vigilance have recently resulted in original and very promising works.
However, in an economic world, being organized to manage strategic information has become vital for the survival and future position of the corporation. The company is an open system constantly interacting with an increasingly turbulent environment marked by new technology, globalization and revolution. This instability is creating a strong feeling of uncertainty for managers in their decision making as well as in anticipation and crisis management. A paradox exists between their needs and an overload of information.
This is serious enough business to be put on the agenda of the European Union Interior Cabinet meeting on June 29th 2002… In fact, with the global network scanning threat, shouldn’t countries organize and coordinate more? Shouldn’t their scanning policies, which are inseparable from corporations, intensify? For all these reasons, organizing environment scanning remains an absolute necessity for corporations and governments. Chapter 2 Evolution of the General Concept of Surveillance Since the 1960s, the general concept of environmental surveillance (which includes watch and intelligence) evolved at the same time as changes in the corporate environment.