Competitive Intelligence and Senior Management: "The Best Solution to where to Place the Office of Competitive Intelligence is on a Par with Functions that Report Directly to the Board"

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Eburon Uitgeverij B.V., 2007 - Business & Economics - 283 pages
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In the fast-paced world of international business, competitive intelligence is necessary for the daily survival of small firms and national economies alike. In Competitive Intelligence and Senior Management, veteran consultant Joseph H. A. M. Rodenberg argues that business leaders should devote more of their time and attention to seeking out and interpreting information about competitors. This instructive volume offers tools that will help senior managers to increase their firms’ competitiveness, carry out successful mergers and acquisitions, and avoid surprise attacks from corporate raiders and private equity firms.    
 

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J. H. A. M. Rodenberg is the founder of Rodenberg Tillman & Associates, an international consultancy firm focusing on intelligence, strategic marketing, and management solutions.    

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