How KM and Big Data Multiply the Impact of CI
Wednesday, October 20 @ 12:00PM ET
Big data is only as valuable as each organization’s ability to access this unprecedented volume of information, manage it effectively, and convert it into something useful that will help organizations make better informed decisions.
At the center of this effort to convert big data to managed intelligence is the competitive intelligence function. Now more than ever, the ability to convert data into intelligence is at a premium. Join Scott Leeb as he explores the prominent and increasing role that CI plays in an organization’s success. Scott will use examples from both the commercial and government sectors, and call on his experience in leading the competitive intelligence/knowledge management functions at five leading international organizations to make a case for the rising impact of CI and the dawn of a “golden age of CI.”
During this webinar, learn:
- What is Big Data and why is it a “Big Deal”?
- What CI can learn from Knowledge Management best practices?
- What are practical steps CI professionals can take to better position themselves for success?
About our speaker: Scott Leeb [LinkedIn] is currently the Senior Director, Global Knowledge Corporate Lead at Fragomen, a leading international immigration law firm. Over the past 25 years, Scott has created, managed and grown the global business intelligence/knowledge management programs at four Fortune 500 companies (Prudential Retirement, The McGraw-Hill Companies, KPMG and Ingram Micro), and a leading internal philanthropy (The Rockefeller Foundation). He also advised the Saudi Arabian and U.S. federal government on how to build and sustain their knowledge capabilities.
Scott Leeb,Senior Director, Global Knowledge Corporate Lead at Fragomen
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