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CiMi.CON Evolution USA


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28 Ноября 2018

Arjan Singh
University of California, Irvine

CiMi.CON Evolution Pre-Event War Game

In a competitive world that is global and increasingly getting more and more challenging, developing and implementing a plan or strategy without understanding all the external market dynamics is like driving a car while looking in the rearview mirror. Yet, so many companies look at external dynamics as an afterthought and factor them in after decisions are made, essentially “driving blind” and hoping their strategies work.

War games are a tool to help business leaders think through their strategy formulation and likely external moves of key stakeholders in a controlled environment. They enable key business decisions to be made in a more systematic and informed manner by role playing the key players’ reactions in the marketplace, to really understand their intentions and where are the real opportunities in the marketplace.

This course will extensively use practical case examples and group exercises.

Learning Objectives:

This workshop will develop your understanding of the concepts of war games, the process, and the different types of games. You will also examine how to plan, execute and deliver a war game.

After completing this course, you should be able to:
◾Understand the fundamentals of war games and identify how they are used in business to solve problems.
◾Plan a war game.
◾Conduct a war game.

Course Schedule ( Half day):

How are war games used in business?
◾Definition and key concepts
◾Benefits of gaming
◾The war game process
◾When can War games be used?
◾How to integrate war games into business planning processes?

Plan a war game
◾How to determine the focus of the war game
◾Who should be role played?
◾Participants – How to Identify and invite key stakeholders
◾Briefing documents – what needs to be prepared
◾Logistics – what needs to be considered?

Conduct a war game
◾Role of the facilitator
◾Schedule of events
◾Post war game follow up
◾Case studies and practical tips

Dr. Sybil Klaus
Health Innovation Investor & Principal Physician Scientist

How can we use new data and insights, such as digital & IoT, to better understand our customers and innovate faster?

• How can insights from IoT (for example, about people’s health etc) help us understand our customers and their needs, and what role does it play in innovation?
• What are the use-cases across industries?
• To what extent can these insights be used and are there any implications?

Jonathan McClain
Advisor, External Innovation & Intelligence
Eli Lilly

What impact can AI make on the intelligence profession?

◾Are you using AI or other cognitive technologies in your work?
◾What benefits could it potentially have?
◾What are the obstacles and challenges do you see for implementing an AI technology for CI?

Troy Pfeffer
Competitive Intelligence Director

How to build CI as internal consultancy?

◾How to use this approach wisely?
◾How to define basic and extra deliverables?
◾How to establish billing system?
◾What are your experiences?


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29 Ноября 2018

Bill Chamberlin
HorizonWatch Trends Research Program & Community Leader, IBM Market Development & Insights

HorizonWatching at IBM

Thinking about all the new technologies that have come out in the past might lead one to suspect that the most interesting technology advancements are behind us. At IBM, we don’t believe that to be true. This presentation will discuss key technology trend themes and share headlights into specific emerging technologies that will transform business, industry, and the world. The presentation will also provide examples about how IBM goes about scanning the market for emerging trends, including an overview of IBM’s HorizonWatch Trends Research program, a 18 year old trend scanning and market intelligence effort.

Target Audience: Market Intelligence professionals who are wanting to understand methods, tips and techniques on how to scan and analyze emerging technology trends.

Mike Marusin
Senior Director, Market Strategy

How Salesforce leverages our own technology to run our CI initiatives and promotes best practices

Alysse Nockels
Senior Director, Business Services
Sedulo Group

Segmenting the Competitive Landscape to Improve CI Efficiency

Most companies segment their customers, so why not segment the competition? Every competitor landscape is different – some companies have ten competitors while others face thousands. CI practitioners benefit from organizing the competition to not only build a mental framework to prioritize requests and measure competitive threats, but to ultimately change the way their company talks about the competition. This session aims to provide you with a methodology to sort, track, prioritize, and manage your competitors and leave you with the tools to hit the ground running when you get back to the office.

Key Take-Aways:

Develop a methodology to track, sort, and prioritize competitors
Develop a visual “framework” for your industry

Stefan Jockusch
VP, Automotive Strategy
Siemens PLM Software

Getting the right insights in a fiercely competitive industry

- What do we pay attention to when we look at competition?
- How to conduct CI amidst internal and external legislation and, of course, ethical guidelines?
- How to distinguish between noise and facts?
- How to make sure our stakeholders pay attention to our work while developing new products?
- With so much information in the internet, how to make most of it?

Christian Cedercreutz
m-Brain Group

The Intelligence Hybrid!

Machines can do things in a speed that humans can’t, but humans can interpret things with skills that machines can’t. A hybrid approach to data intelligence is key and this trend will increase. The question is: What’s the ideal mix? From the head of IBM HW and SW, including Watson in Finland to CEO of M-Brain Group, Christian Cedercreutz will be sharing his experience and thoughts on the role, trends and overall collaboration between technology and human analysis when it comes to impactful and predictive intelligence.

Brad Roberts
Strategic Planning Managing Director - Enterprise Intelligence

How to deliver insights the intelligent way - Aetna Content Strategy

Learn about our unique, 3-pronged strategy within Enterprise Intelligence to push information out across the company.
Learn how our content strategy solidifies our role as thought leaders and piques interest across the enterprise in further research and insights.

Alexa Ruda
Global Strategy & Marketing Intelligence Senior Specialist

CI Messages Falling on Deaf Ears? Learn how 3M CI modernized the way it engages with business stakeholders.

It’s a common mistake to assume gathering competitive intelligence is the hardest part of your job. In reality, sharing your insights is likely the most critical (and often bungled) responsibility you have as a competitive intelligence professional. Attend this session to learn how 3M modernized its CI communications and is transitioning to true stakeholder engagement.

Troy Janisch
VP/Director, Social Intelligence
US Bank

How to integrate the voice of the customer into product and service strategy

Join Troy Janisch, from US Bank, as he walks us through how they are integrating social media and online reviews into a 360 Voice of Customer view. Their goal is to put customer insights into the hands of every branch and corporate stakeholder and real time. Our presenters will cover:

Knowing what your customers are saying and where they are saying it
Identifying what social channels have the most impact on your brand and make the most sense for you to monitor
Meeting your customers everywhere they are 24/7
Aggregating this feedback and getting it in the hands of the stakeholders than can operationalize this feedback

Troy Pfeffer
Competitive Intelligence Director

How to build intelligence networks within an organization

While paying so much attention to external sources of intelligence, why do we most of the time forget about the most reliable source: our colleagues and employees? Building an internal intelligence network in an organization is a tough job but the outcome exceeds expectations.

In this session you will learn:

How we built an internal intelligence network at Cintas
How we enhance our intelligence and deliverables by using our employees for collection and analysis
How the network impacted the way we work and collaborate overall

Jay Goodman
Competitive Intelligence Team Lead

Identifying Future Challenges

Modeling Based on Outside of Industry Analysis
Inside of Industry Competitor Analysis

Roger Yoder
Director, Competitive Intelligence

How can we boost the impact of intelligence on the strategic decision-making?

How to maintain a strong intelligence function that is counted upon in decision making?
What can we improve to deliver better insights in better way?

Omar Kazi
Director, Strategy & Commercial Excellence Global SI

How can NLP and RPA make CI more efficient?

Are you exploring RPA and NLP technologies to automate mundane CI processes?
What are the use cases? Where can it help best?

Dr. Benjamin Gilad
Co-Founder and President
Fuld-Gilad-Herring Academy of Competitive Intelligence

Moving CI from the information hole

The current model of organizing the CI process or program is 30 years old. In that time, our tools have become space-age sophisticated but our relationship with top executives hasn’t progressed one iota. In this short interactive session, you will learn

Why CI fails to get a place at the Table
What model can replace the old “intelligence cycle”
What is your true role in the company

Shaz Umer
Competitive Intelligence Manager

Competitive and market intelligence in a young data-driven company

How to build a defining brand and stay ahead of competition?
How to take a proactive approach to CI?
Understanding your consumer and working together to develop the company further
How to deliver analytics and project growth for a data driven company?
How to work together on a national and local levels?
How to get stakeholder approval?

Igor Menghini
Director, Strategic Insights and Analysis

Intelligence in the Digital Era

New Market, new data – old needs
New tools for the job: getting and processing data
Use cases and tangible examples


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30 Ноября 2018

Oliver Wegner
Head of Strategic Market Intelligence
Deutsche Post DHL Group

DHL’s Trade barometer – the truth is in the data

The DHL Global Trade Barometer is a new and unique early indicator for the current state and future development of global trade. It is based on large amounts of logistics data that are evaluated with the help of artificial intelligence. Since global trade fuels the world economy, the DHL Global Trade Barometer not only provides an outlook on future trade, but also on the prospects for the global economy.

In this session you will learn:

What is a trade barometer and why is it unique?
How we developed the trade barometer and how we interacted with the board for it.
What does the data say?

Annika Zeisig
Competitive Intelligence, Market Research Coordinator
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas

From reactive to proactive - how to make a real impact on the strategy while transforming the company from the inside?

How we set up insights unit within the company – and how it transformed the company itself
How we communicate with the steering committee – and make an impact on the strategy
Why the insurance market is special – and how to conduct intelligence work in it and what are the challenges?
How to transform the approach to intelligence from reactive to proactive?

Marc Limacher
Managing Director & Founder

Anticipatory Primary Intelligence – A True Differentiator in a Fast-paced, Complex Business Environment

The pace of change in business is accelerating. Increasingly, decision makers have to “drive faster than the range of their headlights”. The pace of business requires leaders to make decisions more quickly with less information. To maintain their relevance and be effective, the CI professional has to help the business leader get in front of change in the marketplace. It’s not good enough to be the first to know – the mantra now has to be “first-to-anticipate” – we must be able to provide “anticipatory intelligence” to decision makers. Further, in a world of perfectly efficient markets (where everyone has access to the same information anytime, anywhere in the world), in order to position the company more advantageously on the dynamic competitive landscape, we need to include information that goes beyond open-source information that all players have access to. We need to obtain impactful, anticipatory early intelligence from non-published (i.e., human) sources in order to help position the company most effectively vis-à-vis other players in the space. This is critical in order to demonstrate and continuously justify the raison d’etre of the CI function.

This session will challenge CI professionals to act and think more like CI provocateurs to gain visibility at the C-suite with challenging internal stakeholders with new, thought provoking and well-substantiated insights and associated implications to your company or market. Based on hands-on best practices case studies from Fortune 100 CI practitioners, session participants will learn what kind of primary CI initiatives yield the highest ROI and sustainable recognition by senior management.

Key Take-Aways:

Discover the key elements of anticipatory intelligence and learn processes to gain anticipatory intelligence and position the company most advantageously on the dynamic competitive landscape.
Learn how and when Primary Source CI can be used to impact strategies and gain sustained C-suite attention and understand under what circumstances what types of primary CI activities yield the highest ROI, quick wins and sustained value.
Review no-nonsense ROI metrics used in practice to justify primary CI initiatives and anticipatory Early Warning CI programs.
Gain insights into what type of primary CI activities yield the greatest synergistic effects when paired with secondary data analytics software.
Identify proven ways to integrate anticipatory intelligence into the decision cycle and enhance the strategic impact of CI in your organization.

Marilyne Thomas
Corporate Strategy, Senior Manager
Amadeus IT Group SA

CI as a key pillar to keep up with disruption - how to make a greater impact with strategic CI?

Amadeus is evolving in an increasingly complex environment where CI becomes key.

Rising international tensions, data privacy, AI and mobility are major macro-environmental factors impacting travel tech.
Traditional competitors are redefining their approach while industry transformation creates opportunities for new players.
Unicorns and corporate VC in travel are soaring.
CI mission: make sure we adapt our organization / business models to avoid being disrupted.

Our CI unit has evolved from tactical to strategic CI to reflect those evolutions.

Independent unit reporting to VP corporate strategy.
Focus on top management.
Focus on long-term & disruptive trends.
Focus on new competitors (B2C, B2B tech giants).

And the journey continues: we still look for ways to make a greater impact.

Best practices.
Areas of improvement.

Victor Knip
Vice President, Market Intelligence Best Practices - Americas
m-Brain Group

The Best & The Rest - World-Class Intelligence vs. the Also-Rans

Join us for an interactive and thought-provoking session that will answer 2 critical questions:

What exactly do companies with high performance intelligence functions do differently?
What are the counter-productive, time-consuming, and costly worst practices that should be avoided?

Typically, in these workshops there are well over 2 centuries of professional intelligence experience in the room! Let’s exploit this opportunity and leverage our collective and individual wisdom to build a market-proven and battle-hardened checklist of the Top 10 best and worst practices in intelligence today. Combined with M-Brain’s 16 years of leading global market intelligence surveys, you will walk out of this session with a useful diagnostic tool to give your intelligence function a quick tune-up.

Alexa Ruda
Global Strategy & Marketing Intelligence Senior Specialist

Designing the Intelligence Function of the Future - With limited time and resources, what’s in (and, even more importantly, what’s out) for a best-in-class intelligence function?

How do you define your mission and responsibilities to the organization?
What do you consider in-scope for your intelligence function? What is out-of-scope?
What roles and responsibilities are included in your intelligence function?
What are your most important intelligence sources?
How do you think about publicly available data vs. internally gathered information?
How do you generate insights from the data?
How do you drive business decision-making & action?
How do you define success?

Yasmin Siddiqi
Head of Marketing - North America
SIG Combibloc Inc.

How to correctly assess and act on megatrends?

How to find right sources of data?
How to distinguish between buzzwords and disruption on the market?
How to use the multiple sources online and offline correctly?
What are the implications of those trends and how to plan your strategy accordingly?

Jay Bowling
Senior Product Manager - Enterprise KM Technologies

How can we ensure insights and deliverables are used continuously across the company and help not only those who requested them?
What are the channels optimal for insights distribution?
How to make insights accessible across the company and how KM can optimize this?

Karina Besprosvan
DataStoryteller, Insight & Innovation
Sony Pictures Entertainment

How to make the most use of insights to innovate and disrupt?

How to turn data into insights?
How to make sure your insights tell the story and provide food for thought for your stakeholders?
How to use the insights in innovation?
How to use insights and market/ customer data but still be disruptive?

Judith Schieve
Senior Product Planning Manager, Products and Services
Motorola Solutions

Challenges of entering a new market in the digital era

When we decided to enter a new market, what were the main thoughts, strategies, approaches and challenges? What action needed to be taken from the CI side?
How does collaboration help us maximize our efforts and our company’s gains?
Orientating oneself in a changing market – and changing way of doing things.

Leo Boulton
Vice President of Competitive Intelligence

Moving from tactical to strategic Competitive Intelligence in a highly ethical and privacy centric industry

ADP, the market leader in the human capital management industry, holds Integrity First at the core of its company values. Competitive Intelligence can be perceived as a challenged discipline when “doing the right thing” is a must. We’ll share best practices for how to navigate the intel gathering waters, while maintaining ethical behaviors, and move past it to ensure CI delivers value in the strategic plane.

You will learn:

Why we introduced our CI system and how it has changed our function
How to conduct CI in a highly privacy-centric industry with high ethical standards
How to operationalize the work of CI to be able to focus in long term value impact
To move on from the tactical ethical issues, so you can get engaged in strategic thinking without been crippled

Jay Nakagawa
Director, Competitive Intelligence, Infrastructure Solutions Group
Dell EMC

Marina Levina
Senior Research Scientist
Dell EMC

How to use predictive analytics to forecast where market is going?

At Dell EMC we are using an in-house developed predictive analytics which automates big part of our processes, as well as helps us deliver insights to stakeholders faster. This lets our stakeholders use the information in real time and directly affects company’s growth.

In this session you will learn:

How we anticipate even the slightest movements in the market and the root causes of these movements?
What data sources we use to be able to do it?
How our stakeholders use our analysis
What are the results – what business value comes from using this engine?

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