Toward Strategic Intelligence Systems
As strategies become more sophisticated, so the information on which they are based needs to be better targeted and more relevant. Hitherto, the authors claim, most intelligence efforts have focused on analyzing, disseminating and using available information. In this article they show how strategic intelligence systems direct a company's overall intelligence function by helping management decide what data to collect, choose among sources, monitor the business's many environments and convert the raw data into decision-relevant strategic information.
Strategy and Organisation
MONTGOMERY, David B. and Weinberg, C.B..
Toward Strategic Intelligence Systems. (1981). McKinsey Quarterly. 1, 82-102. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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