Cool-Down Session #3

May 4 - 13:30 Berlin Time



13:30- 14:00

Ice-Breaker Session and/or Zoom Training



14:00- 15:30

Panel Discussion:

Knowledge Hiding in corporations and how to avoid it



Employees hide information in organizations for different reasons. An employee may for example want to hinder a colleague from getting a promotion. For whatever reason Hiding Knowledge is a much bigger problem in companies than most managers realize. Luckily there is much research in this area. Join us in this conference panel to find out how you can stop employees from hiding important information in your company.  A must-know for all competitive/market intelligence professionals.

Panel

Amitabh Anand, Assistant Professor, SKEMA Business School, France
Amitabh Anand, Assistant Professor, SKEMA Business School, France
Dr Ghulam Ali Arain, Associate Professor, United Arab Emirates University, UAE
Dr Ghulam Ali Arain, Associate Professor, United Arab Emirates University, UAE
Markus Ott, Market and Competitive Foresight, Festo SE & Co. KG, Germany
Markus Ott, Market and Competitive Foresight, Festo SE & Co. KG, Germany
Alexandra Nelles - Güntner GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Alexandra Nelles - Güntner GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Jonathan Gordon-Till,  Director , Oxford Business Intelligence,  United Kingdom
Jonathan Gordon-Till, Director , Oxford Business Intelligence, United Kingdom


Facilitator

Prof. Dr. Klaus Solberg Søilen is Professor at Halmstad University in Sweden and an external at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), and Advisory Council member of the Intitute for Competitive Intelligence. He has been the editor-in-chief of Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business (JISIB) for 10 years and has published more than 100 publications. Before entering academia, he worked for six years in industry, in the US, Europe and Scandinavia, the last three years as auditor for KPMG Oslo. With a scholarship from KPMG he wrote a doctoral dissertation at Leipzig University on Industrial Espionage. He has been a consultant to more than 70 companies worldwide.



15:30- 16:00

Randomized Coffee Trial

Escape Room Research Challenge Discussion - Arthur Weiss



16:00- 17:30

This year’s advanced analytics track consists of two sessions about foresight and target market identification. These sessions introduce the concepts. Then you'll apply these approaches to a real-life business case, the Portuguese company Grupel S.A.

 

On April 20, April 22 and May 4 will meet in work groups and apply the introduced analytical methodology to the Grupel S.A. case.

  • 16:00 Group Work #1 - Identifying Target Markets - Kenan Mahmutoglu
  • 16:45 Group Work #2 - Foresight & Innovation Management - Kai Goerlich


17:30- 18:30

Hands-on session where MI/CI professionals will be able to manipulate social media intelligence data and create a deliverable with a data-visualization tool.