The Analytic Framework

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WHEN:
Ft. Lauderdale, FL: February 5, 2019 | New Orleans, LA: June 18, 2019
SUMMARY: The Foundation of all strategic intelligence: Industry, Competitor and Blindspots analysis framework.” open=”no”]

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Using a Harvard Business School case study you will learn how to:

  • Predict your industry’s evolution paths
  • Understand competitors’ behaviors and predict significant competitive moves
  • Pinpoint competitors’ soft spots, blindspots, and strategic vulnerabilities
  • Assess the importance of information and the right questions to ask your collection network
  • Evaluate your own company’s strategy and its blindspots, as well as pinpoint its vulnerabilities
  • Identify sources of critical change in the market
  • Create proactive intelligence to preempt competitors’ strategic moves

With this course, attendees will receive Dr. Gilad’s book, Early Warning (Amacom, 2003).

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[fusion_tab title=”Key Questions”]Here we list the key questions that this seminar addresses. If you can answer “yes” to three or more of the 10 questions posed for this course, it will meet your needs.

Do you need to…

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[/fusion_text][/fusion_text]2. Track early trends that will change the performance of your industry?

3. Predict where the industry is going?

4. Predict competitors’ moves?

5. Assess competitors’ responses to your firm’s moves?

6. Understand your company’s position relative to competitors?

7. Identify and alert management where your company’s strategy is wrong?

8. Identify where your competitors’ strategies are wrong?

9. Develop a framework that will direct and organize a continuous collection effort (in addition to answering management questions)?

10. Support senior executives with insightful analysis?

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[fusion_tab title=”Problem Sets”]All ACI programs teach students how to overcome the most challenging competitive intelligence issues. The following are sample lessons taught in this module:

1. Predicting a Rival’s Behavior

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In analyzing competitors, most companies track actions; the competitors’ strategies, and its capabilities. The infamous SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) conducted by every company at least twice a quarter and on the weekends is but a basic capabilities analysis. Can you predict what competitors will do in the future from knowing what they are doing today? Can you predict which capabilities will be enforced and augmented in the future and which will be allowed to stagnate, based on the analysis of the competitors’ current costs and current technologies and current manufacturing? Not nearly as well as you need to.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][fusion_builder_column_inner type=”1_2″ last=”yes” class=”” id=””]
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Questions:

1. What is missing from this picture above? What will enable you to try and predict future competitive moves with some confidence beyond guessing?

2. What is the effect of executives’ backgrounds on competitors’ moves and do you need a degree in psychology to make predictions?

3. What is the role of stated goals? Numerical goals? In predicting competitors’ collapse?

4. How do you get into competitors’ heads and think like them? What are the obstacles to doing so?[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][/fusion_builder_row_inner]

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2. Identifying Blindspots

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The reality of industry’s evolution – gradual changes in the way the industry’s five major forces affect the company’s profitability – does not always register with companies. The reason is that companies and their management have black holes in the way they perceive risk in their industry. These black holes — the so-called Competitive Blindspots — affect the way companies react (or do not react) to the signs of early warning (and the CI that comes with them). Identifying these black holes is crucial for the survival of the firm and the effectiveness of the CI effort.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][fusion_builder_column_inner type=”1_2″ last=”yes” class=”” id=””]
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Questions:

1. Is there an analytical methodology that will allow you to identify your management’s blindspots?

2. Is there a way to identify competitors’ blinders?

3. If you could identify a competitor’s black holes, what can you do with it?

4. What is the role of culture and executive background in promoting (or discouraging) blindspots? Can you do something about them in your own company?[/fusion_text]

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 3. Competitor Negotiations and Issues Surrounding Consolidation

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Cronin, the CEO of the second largest electronic components distribution company in the world, faces a dilemma. He believes that the industry is about to go through consolidation and that only large distributors survive. However, his attempts to interest several competitors in entering talks about mergers have failed spectacularly.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][fusion_builder_column_inner type=”1_2″ last=”yes” class=”” id=””]
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Questions:

1. Is there an economic reason why his competitors refuse to enter the talks, or is it basically ego?

2. What are the forces that bring about consolidation in an industry and where does it stop?

3. Can you predict what Cronin will do next based on his history?

4. What does Cronin really think of his competitors? (Hint: It is not what it seems! It never is.). How does it affect Cramer’s strategy?

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WHEN:
Ft. Lauderdale, FL: February 6, 2019 | New Orleans, LA: June 19, 2019
SUMMARY: Simplify predictions of competitors’ moves and countermoves when multiple rivals are involved.” open=”no”]

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ACIVerified_CIPIFinalThe goal of this high level course is to enable participants to assess the clustering of players in their industry and your relative positioning vis a vis other players. The model simplifies predictions of competitors’ moves and countermoves when multiple competitors are involved.

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  • Refine their understanding of competitors’ behavior when there are several significant competitors
  • Use strategic mapping – a tool enabling executives to quickly assess their relative strategic positioning
  • Analyze paradigm shifts in industries undergoing rapid change or transition
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[fusion_tab title=”Key Questions”]Here we list the key questions that this seminar addresses. If you can answer “yes” to three or more of the 10 questions posed for this course, it will meet your needs.

Do you need to…

1. Track and assess more than 5 competitors at once?

2. Understand competitors that are very different?

3. Track an industry that is in transition?

4. Make sense of foreign competitors?

5. Analyze competitors that are subsidiaries of larger holding companies?

6. Learn to work with minimal available data?

7. Understand change? Rapid change? The effect of growth?

8. Integrate consumer/customer behavior into your analysis?

9. Forecast industry structure several years into the future?

10. Simplify the analysis of large numbers of companies?

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[fusion_tab title=”Problem Sets”]All ACI programs teach students how to overcome the most challenging competitive intelligence issues. The following are sample lessons taught in this module:

1. Making Sense Out of a Complex Competitive Landscape

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General Motors, Ford, Daimler-Chrysler and Toyota have similar strategy when it comes to breadth of product line. The Fiat Group, VW group, Honda, Citroen, Nissan, Isuzu and Mitsubishi, to name a few, follow a different route. Porsche is a remaining symbol of a once large group of manufacturers that had a specific strategy on price and disappeared within a short decade. The Koreans, by and large, have changed their strategy over the past decade with only limited success. BMW is in a class by itself when it comes to product line strategy, with unclear consequences, but easy prediction.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][fusion_builder_column_inner type=”1_2″ last=”yes” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]

Questions:

1. Can you put all this confusing information into a chart that will enable your bosses to grasp the industry evolutionary path with one look? (Hint: Yes! One look, guaranteed!)

2. What do you do when you need to first describe, and then predict the strategic moves of a large number of companies?

3. Why were the Koreans only partially successful? Why is BMW in a tentative position? Why doesn’t everyone move to the most desired position in the industry?

4. Would a strategic map fit your industry? How do you select the variables?

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2. Industry Changes and the Entry of New Competitors

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The Chain Saw industry is going through a gut wrenching change. This is definitely a structural change – one that can destroy a company or make it very prosperous. The change involves an emergence of a whole new class of buyers.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][fusion_builder_column_inner type=”1_2″ last=”yes” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]

Questions:

1. As an intelligence analyst, how do you analyze change — any change?? What do you report to management? Do you bombard them with the statistics? (Hint: Not if you want to make it to director)

2. How do you develop a scenario regarding the future effect of the change? What drivers do you take into account?

3. Can you predict exactly what a company will do in response to the change and how it will end up five years later? (Hint: Definitely.)

4. If you want to analyze the response of a Swedish company to this structural change, do you need to speak Swedish? (Hint: Yes.)[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][/fusion_builder_row_inner]

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 3. A Shift in Distribution Channels

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Your industry is going through a change in distribution channels. More and more emphasis is placed on large retailers. At the same time, the market is growing by leaps and boundsin one segment and stagnating in the other. The change in volume is very significant. Several companies produce private label. Many others use small distributors who offer full service.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column_inner][fusion_builder_column_inner type=”1_2″ last=”yes” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]

Questions:

1. Analyze: What is the first thing that will happen in the industry given the above sketchy data points?

2. Predict by logical inference: What will small distributors do in reaction to (1) above? (Hint: What will you do?)

3. How difficult is it to predict competitive moves? What do you need to make your prediction more than a guess? How helpful is CI analysis in bridging gaps in the data?

4. What is the “secret” of successful strategies in time of rapid change?

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This course introduces students to a class of analytic techniques that contribute to the disciplined and objective analysis of intelligence.  The techniques covered in the course come from both business and intelligence community sources and will add to students’ toolkits of relevant analytic frameworks for competitive intelligence analysis.

In this course, you will develop a toolkit of structured analytic techniques (SATs) that have been selected by ACI faculty as highly relevant and valuable frameworks for competitive intelligence analysis.  They are highly complementary to traditional business techniques (such as Porter’s Five Forces and Value Chain Analysis) and provide analysts with strategies for managing, organizing, and evaluating data in a structured and unbiased way.  The SATs also enhance critical thinking skills and improve the impact and quality of intelligence findings, insights, and recommendations.  Using a combination of lecture, case studies, and exercises, students will have the opportunity to learn and work with this class of analytic techniques in a practical, collaborative, and challenging class environment.

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  • A class of novel structured analytic techniques to improve critical thinking skills
  • How to select the right SAT for your intelligence projects and problems
  • How to deploy techniques including the Analysis of Competing Hypotheses, Key Assumptions Check, and Devil’s Advocacy in a series of fast-paced, practical class exercises
  • How to use SATs to bolster the credibility and accuracy of your intelligence analysis

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[fusion_testimonial name=”Mark Edelstein” gender=”male” company=”Lundbeck Inc.”]The course forced me to think differently and more strategically. The small teams, combined with a dynamic and fast-paced instructor, made for a terrific learning experience.[/fusion_testimonial]
[fusion_testimonial name=”Eduardo Quintero” gender=”male” company=”Janssen”]If you want to improve your CI skills, this is the course you should take![/fusion_testimonial]
[fusion_testimonial name=”Libby Bernal” gender=”female” company=”BASF”]Superb techniques, knowledge, examples – many years of experience brought to us in a strong CI skills well thought out and enthusiastic level MBA CI course.[/fusion_testimonial]
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CI 101/202®: Competitive Intelligence Planning & Collection 
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CI 301: Competitive Blindspots
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CI 304: Reporting & Communication of Intelligence

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CI 402: Value Chain Analysis
CI 403: Anticipating Disruptions
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