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Industry Analysis: The Bigger Picture


Industry Analysis: The Bigger Picture by David Mayes on Jul 19, 2013 Industry analysis is not a well-understood discipline. It sits between macroeconomic analysis and market analysis and uses tools from both. It is most commonly associated with the financial services industry which produces guides for their investors. But there are also large global consultancy firms that specialize in industry […]

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Industry Analysis: The Bigger Picture


Industry analysis is not a well understood discipline. It sits between macro economic analysis and market analysis, and uses tools from both. It is most commonly associated with the financial services industry which produces guides for their investors. But there are also large global consultancy firms that specialize in industry analysis. It is an important tool for governments, regional development agencies. Companies use industry analysts to assist their strategic planning. Those who can anticipate the changes in an industry are more likely to be successful. This brief presentation provides an overview of what industry analysis is, examples of industry analysis in action, and why it is so important.

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Eight Presentation Tips From Gregory LaMothe


Originally posted on actionsystems:
If you got my newsletter earlier this week, you know I promised today to give you some presentation tips and techniques to help you speak the way Coleridge wrote. You have so many opportunities to get it right, that with some concentration you can make every presentation compelling and helpful, and…

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Digital Staffing: The Future of Recruiting By Algorithm


From the HBR Blog. The advent of highly sophisticated digital recruiting techniques, including mining of immense databases, and the application of complex mathematical algorithms to your job search. http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/10/digital_staffing_the_future_of.html

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