0945 Essentials of Competitive Intelligence

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Course Details

Aimed at optimizing a company's market opportunities, competitive intelligence (CI) is the process of gathering and analyzing strategic information about competitors and the competitive environment. In this course, you will learn how to: identify CI needs; accumulate, analyze and synthesize different kinds of information; understand your ethical responsibilities with respect to intelligence gathering; and communicate your findings.

Learner Outcomes

  • Ability to identify and respond to an organization's intelligence needs
  • Knowledge of methods for gaining access to internal, external, primary and secondary sources of information
  • Ability to apply basic analytical models, such as inductive and deductive reasoning, network analysis, and alternate thinking
  • Prerequisites

    There are no prerequisites for this course.

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    This course may be applied towards the SCS Certificate(s) in




    Sections

      0945 - 028 Essentials of Competitive Intelligence    
      Fall - 14   Status:  Available
     
    Section Schedule(s):
      Date and Time TBA
    Tuition Option(s):   Flat Fee non-credit    $745.00
     
    Campus:   St. George Campus
    Instruction Method:  IN-CLASS
      Receipt Note(s):  Textbooks are required. Please contact U of T BookStore at 416-640-5840 or www.uoftbookstore.com.  
     
      0945 - 029 Essentials of Competitive Intelligence    
      Winter - 15   Status:  Available
     
    Section Schedule(s):
      Date and Time TBA
    Tuition Option(s):   Flat Fee non-credit    $745.00
     
    Campus:   St. George Campus
    Instruction Method:  IN-CLASS
      Receipt Note(s):  Textbooks are required. Please contact U of T BookStore at 416-640-5840 or www.uoftbookstore.com.  
     



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