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Competitive Intelligence Ethics: Navigating the Gray Zone

Tuesday, July 5, 2016  
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Competitive Intelligence Ethics: Navigating the Gray Zone 


Developing and implementing an effective ethics policy is central to the success of every competitive intelligence process. This new book provides you with a complete overview of the issues surrounding competitive intelligence ethics with outstanding contributions from some of the world's most respected and experienced corporate, consulting, and academic competitive intelligence professionals. In addition, Competitive Intelligence Ethics includes over 30 examples of actual corporate ethics guidelines and implementation steps you can apply to your organization.

In 1997, the Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP) and The Conference Board's Council on Competitive Analysis published "Navigating through the Gray Zone" as a collection of corporate codes of conduct and ethical guidelines. That publication stemmed from passage of the Economic Espionage Act (EEA) by the U.S. Congress in October 1996. This publication builds upon that earlier title and, printing completely new content, attempts to help clarify what CI practitioners should do to ensure that they and others in their organizations follow legal and ethical practices when conducting competitive intelligence. It includes recommendations and guidelines by experienced members of the CI community.


This and other SCIP books can be purchased online here.

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