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By Mario Gautreau
Market Intelligence

In a world of ‘too much information,’ content curation has become a necessary activity. The goal for organizations and individuals alike is to find the most useful information available, and then to share it.

By Merrell H. Moorhead
Market Intelligence

I let alphabetical order dictate which comes first, but Business Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, and Market Intelligence are all vying for your attention.

By ShiftCentral Staff
Market Intelligence

When you meet someone new, you generally introduce yourself by name and, eventually, by profession. My friends and family have it easy. “My name is Anik, and I’m a teacher!” “My name is Alan, and I’m an engineer.” “I’m Andrea; I’m a stay-at-home-mom.”

By ShiftCentral Staff
Market Intelligence

If you’re not already a regular reader of Seth Godin’s blog, take a moment to go add it to your list. Done? Okay, let’s move on.

By ShiftCentral Staff
Market Intelligence

A Harvard Business Review blog post argues that collecting data about customers does not help businesses get to know their customers. The authors state that collecting data on a customer simply provides “what” the customer is doing, and not “why” they...

By François Levesque
Market Intelligence

Merriam-Webster Dictionary recently inducted a variety of new words and phrases to its repertoire. Among the notables is Oprah’s famous “aha moment,” which basically boils down to an epiphany or the realization of how to proceed in a given situation.

By ShiftCentral Staff
Market Intelligence

Words that can bore a workplace to death. Words that buy a consultant a new BMW.

By Eric Robichaud
Market Intelligence

The Verge has posted a great piece on a charming device called “Little Printer,” a small printer that churns out miniature newspapers based on data from users’ personal online feeds.