Competitive Intelligence to Decision Pattern by Elijah Ezendu

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Competitive Intelligence to Decision Pattern (CIDP) is a method of rating Corporate Competitive Intelligence Operations through patterns of systemic flow from Competitive Intelligence to Decision, thereby providing appropriate classification ranging from AAAAAAAA to DDDDDDDD.

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Competitive Intelligence to Decision Pattern by Elijah Ezendu

  1. 1. Competitive Intelligence to Decision Pattern (CIDP) by Elijah Ezendu A B C D Full-Blown Intelligence Department Mini Intelligence Unit/Section or Outsourced Intelligence Processes Cross-Functional Intelligence Committee Absence of Intelligence Processes Intelligence Infrastructure Full Stream Technology Driven Analytics and Expert HUMINT Driven Investigation Full Stream Technology Driven Analytics Some Function-Specific Technology Driven Analytics Absence of Intelligence Infrastructure Intelligence Scope Value Chain , Connected Value Streams and Global Developments Limited to Value Chain Limited to a Department Absence of Intelligence Activity Intelligence Culture Enterprise-Wide Intelligence Culture Limited to Some Departments Limited to a Unit/Section Absence of Intelligence Culture Advancement of Actionable Intelligence to Decision 100.0% 75.0% to 99.9% 50.0% to 74.9% < 50.0% Comprehensive Measurement of ROI of Total Intelligence Operations Measurement of ROI for some Intelligence Projects Established Performance Standard for Intelligence Unit Highlighting KPI, KRA & KPA Absence of Intelligence Measurement Usage of Actionable Intelligence Total Value Chain Top Leadership Limited to some Departments Non-Use of Actionable Intelligence Intelligence Effectiveness Index 100.0% 75.0% to 99.9% 50.0% to 74.9% < 50.0% Rating Intelligence Processes Actionable Intelligence Measurement

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