Knowledge is needed to make decisions. Knowledge management is the creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization. It can take the form of written tutorials and training events, or even newsletters such as our Friday Five. Take a look at how we can help your company manage its knowledge and make better decisions!
Interactive, intelligent, and definitely a good show
Interactive participation and intelligent discussion are something you expect to see and hear at Market and Competitive Intelligence conferences. What you might be less likely to experience is a good…
The imperative of return on market intelligence
How to translate the intangible value of market intelligence into real dollars? This question regularly haunts MI-professionals. During last week’s M-Brain Conference (formerly GIA Conference) in Amsterdam this question featured…
Between Brussels and Washington – Paving New Rules for Transatlantic Trade
What does TTIP Mean for Your Business?…
Will Competitive Intelligence Managers Join the C-Suite One Day?
There has been an ongoing debate in recent years about whether competitive intelligence professionals should step into the role of strategy advisors and join the C-suite. In the Market intelligence…
Informed Leadership turns data into decisions
When addressing information-based leadership, information is often considered to be something with intrinsic value.…
Opinion: Human Factor in Knowledge Leadership is Crucial (Finnish newspaper Aamulehti April 1st, 2015)
"‹M-Brain founder and Tietoasiantuntijat ry chairwoman Marjukka Nyberg and senior lecturer at Haaga-Helia AMK Martin Stenberg write in Finnish newspaper Aamulehti about the cruciality of the human factor in knowledge…