Competitive Intelligence

  • Katja Wolter


The leading drivers of strategic chance in our current environment are globalization and technological innovation. According to B radley, H ausman and N olan, leading change in technology will be a fusion of information technologies and telecommunications, resulting in creating new industries, restructuring existing ones and changing the way companies compete.


Competitive Advantage Business Intelligence Cash Market Competitive Strategy Swot Analysis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Katja Wolter
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  1. 1.Steinbeis-Hochschule BerlinBerlin

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