On-Demand   On-Demand One-Hour Briefing

What Is CI?: An Introduction to Competitive Intelligence in the Law Firm Environment - Part I (Audio-only / No CLE)

Recorded on: May. 9, 2012
Running Time: 01:09:10

Please note that CLE credit is not available for this program.

Taken from the briefing What Is CI?: An Introduction to Competitive Intelligence in the Law Firm Environment - Part I recorded April, 2012.

As librarians we know how to find information, but historically we have been asked to provide raw data rather than an analytical report with business projections and actionable conclusions.

Lecture Topics  [Total Time: 01:09:10]

This two-part program (Part II) will help you:

  • Learn about the resources that are currently being used to perform competitive intelligence research
  • Obtain or hone the skills needed to become an effective CI Researcher or Analyst
  • Start a competitive intelligence project or program in your firm
  • Create an analytical report from start to finish
This briefing, featuring instruction from experts in competitive intelligence, was conceived and created in cooperation with Practising Law Institute (PLI) and the Law Library Association of Greater New York (LLAGNY). This briefing is chaired by Janice E. Henderson, Gitelle Seer and Patricia Barbone.

Presentation Material

  • What is CI?: An Introduction to Competitive Intelligence in the Law Firm Environment - Part I
    Jennifer Alexander, Margaret T. Hennessey
Speaker(s)
Jennifer Alexander ~ Business Analysis Manager, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
Margaret T Hennessey ~ Business Intelligence Analyst, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
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