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It is not possible to provide links to audio or video content for most lectures and presentations as most are not recorded or are limited in the access allowed by conference, webinar or seminar organisers. The examples given below show the sort of material covered. We aim to provide more material online – and will upload or provide links to future webinars, where possible.
A November 2016 lecture given at the University of Westminster to MBAs and business school students and graduates, giving an overview of what competitive intelligence is, how it is conducted, ethical problems and what happens to organisations when intelligence is ignored. The lecture was given as part of the university’s evening MBA Tuesday Club update seminar & lecture series.
A webinar given in February 2016 to members of the Special Libraries Association CI Division focusing on cross-border / international research online. The webinar was based on an article from Business Information Review: Searching in a Global Environment – Finding information from and on foreign countries, regions and market.
A March 2014 webinar “Google vs the Rest: Advanced Search Differences between Google, Bing, Blekko and other search tools” given as part of the Institute of Competitive Intelligence‘s webinar series. The webinar is an extension of the lecture of the same title given at the 2013 Online Information conference. Unfortunately some of the items discussed have since changed – for example, the search engine Blekko was acquired by IBM and discontinued. Nevertheless the base content and lessons are still relevant.
An “Expert Interview” given at the Institute of Competitive Intelligence‘s 2014 conference in Bad Nauheim, Germany on “The Impact of Culture on Competitive Intelligence” – mentioning key points given during a lecture at the conference (The importance of culture for CI/MI; How to deal with cultural differences; Future trends regarding CI/MI and cultural differences)