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An introduction to knowledge information strategy : from business intelligence to knowledge sciences / Akira Ishikawa ; Jūrō Nakagawa.

By: Ishikawa, Akira, 1934-
Contributor(s): Nakagawa, Jūrō.
Call number: HD38.7 I75 2013 Material type: TextTextPublisher: Singapore ; London ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, 2013Description: xii, 221 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9789814324427 (hbk.)Subject(s): Business intelligence | Knowledge management | Crisis managementSummary: Part I: What is Business Intelligence?; Competition and Intelligence; Business and Competitive Intelligence Strategy in the Age of Informatization; CIA-Style Intelligence Strategy; Intelligence and Patent Disputes; The Current Situation of Intelligence Education in America and France; Part II: Business Intelligence and Crisis Management - How Companies Reacted to Crises; Environmental Issues and Crisis Management; Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management; Business Intelligence as Organizational Intelligence; Part III: Business Intelligence and Its Practical Use; Strategy in Military History and Intelligence Activities in War.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I: What is Business Intelligence?; Competition and Intelligence; Business and Competitive Intelligence Strategy in the Age of Informatization; CIA-Style Intelligence Strategy; Intelligence and Patent Disputes; The Current Situation of Intelligence Education in America and France; Part II: Business Intelligence and Crisis Management - How Companies Reacted to Crises; Environmental Issues and Crisis Management; Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management; Business Intelligence as Organizational Intelligence; Part III: Business Intelligence and Its Practical Use; Strategy in Military History and Intelligence Activities in War.

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