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Corporate Intelligence, Tradecraft and Writing – 2 day in the San Francisco Bay Area
October 8, 2018 - October 9, 2018$1700.00
Our CIATW course, condensed to two days and and graciously hosted by another fun tech company. This course will run the two days prior to the OSAC PARC meeting, giving you ample reason to make the trip!
From business and reputation risk to threats to operations, asset protection and personnel security; intelligence analysts who shed light on geo-political events and the risk to business are in high demand. There are few courses, however, that specifically address intelligence analysis, tradecraft, and writing for the business environment. As intelligence professionals who have worked in government intelligence and industries diverse as oil and gas, airlines, agriculture and consumer products, we believe that success in private sector intelligence is built on approaching the discipline from a business perspective – not just applying government intelligence techniques to this entirely different environment.
This training is appropriate for new to mid-level intelligence professionals, professionals transitioning from government to private sector, and managers building an intelligence and risk program in their company.
Topics covered will include:
- Intelligence techniques for the corporate environment
- Deep dive internet research, social media, and data visualization techniques
- Supporting the value chain through intelligence requirements and value chain driven threat analysis
- Building a source network
- Enabling business through intelligence analysis
- Understanding bias and writing high quality analysis in a polarized world
- Demonstrating business value
- Enhancing writing skills through an interactive writing workshop
Join us in the Bay Area for this two day course. (Discounts are available for PSIC, ISPB, AIRIP and Analyst Roundtable members).
Ready to register? Contact us here.
We regret that at this time we cannot offer this training to consultants or third party contractors unless they are in a full-time role with a multi-national organization.