CIA, Inc: Espionage and the Craft of Business Intelligence
Every major government recognizes the value of intelligence and employs an intelligence service to collect it for them. Businesses should be no idfferent. Knowing how to gather information about the strength of your competitors, being able to anticipate their next move and preventing them from stealing your secrets are critical keys to success in the new economy. Executives, entrepreneurs and business school students must realize that the success of their companies partially depends on their effectiveness in the realm of business intelligence.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Halieus - LibraryThing
Written by a long-time CIA employee, much of this book covers simple, "common sense" methods of retaining employees and proprietary knowledge, but it goes beyond the mundane to provide a comprehensive ... Read full review
CIA, Inc: Espionage & the Craft of Business IntelligenceUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Rustmann's title is a good summing up of this book. A former CIA officer and founder of the business intelligence company CTC International Group, Rustmann recounts many of his CIA activities as ... Read full review
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CIA, Inc.: Espionage and the Craft of Business Intelligence
F. W. Rustmann, Jr.
No preview available - 2002