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News & Press: SCIP eBulletin

March 2016 | Vol. 7 | Issue 1 Intelligence as a Catalyst for Disruptive Strategies

Monday, March 21, 2016  
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March 2016  |  Vol. 7  |  Issue 1
Intelligence as a Catalyst for Disruptive Strategies
Intelligence Starts With “I” But I Wish It Started With “We”

By Barbara Barrett
Competitive Intelligence Manager


We had been interacting over email for a while. One day we decided to meet and talk. I didn't think what we were doing was disruptive at the time. After witnessing intelligence teams in several different companies, what we were proposing was certainly different. It was a collaborative discussion and the start of building a culture. Over time, others wanted in or just wanted our intelligence. That’s how we knew that we were on to something special.

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Scott Kress, President, Summit Team Building, Will Be Opening Keynote Speaker at 31st Annual SCIP Conference & Exhibition
By Patricia Stamas-Jacoby
Publications Editor, Events
Frost & Sullivan

Scott Kress, an acclaimed leadership and team development trainer and the author of Learning In Thin Air, will share lessons learned both inside organizations and on the peaks of mountains at the 31st Annual SCIP International Conference & Exhibition, taking place May 16-19th in Orlando, Florida.

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Here Come the Robo-Advisors: How Disruption Is Changing the Financial Services Industry

By Boris Shoykhet
Director, Product & Market Intelligence
Protective Life

Smartphones and mobile devices have revolutionized today’s market place. We can order pretty much anything online today and it will arrive at our door in a couple of hours. We can call a cab using our phone or book a hotel stay using our iPad. If we are really bored we can just stream movies on our television screens. These are all examples of disruptive innovation that has revolutionized the world in the last ten years.

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Disruptive Innovation and Competitive Intelligence
By Debleena Roy
Director, Marketing and Business Development
Unitus Seed Fund

While established companies in any sector focus on existing customer needs and sustained innovation at the top of the market, they might leave the space open for new competitors to use simple and disruptive innovation that identify un-met customer needs. These start at the bottom of the market and then relentlessly move up.

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SCIP 2016 International Conference and Exhibition Video
Collaborative Intelligence in a Networked World

The 2016 SCIP International Conference & Exhibition will center on the rise of a community-based intelligence structure that harnesses collaboration in order to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, and impact. Join us as we spread ideas and learn from some of the world's best speakers!

2016 SCIP International Conference & Exhibition – Call for Volunteers

The annual Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals International Conference & Exhibition is taking place from
May 16-19, 2016
at the Renaissance Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Volunteers will have the opportunity to sit in sessions and learn from experts about best practices in competitive intelligence, market intelligence, strategy and business development across a range of industries.

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Your SCIP Chapter Community: Global Collaboration...Local Empowerment

By Michelle Winter
Director, Global Chapter Management
and Volunteer Initiatives


Holding its first meeting on January 21, 2016, the newly energized Minnesota SCIP chapter hosted over 25 local professionals. Attendees had the opportunity to engage with like-minded professionals from around the area, participate in discussions and expand their professional network! All while enjoying the company of their peers in a casual environment.

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