Competitive Intelligence and Problem Based Learning

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 145
  • Published : February 27, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
In our own words

Define CI:
* Gather and organize information from you surroundings
* The ability to gather, analyze/understand and use information to gain competitive advantage, (to be able to have the “first mover advantage”) * CI includes analyzing and monitoring:
* Macro-economic drivers (is the market in growth or decreasing?) * Industrial drivers
* Competitive situation (new products, invading our market?) * Technological drivers
* Trend monitoring
* Regulatory (laws, limitations, rules)

The work process of PBL/purpose:
* It’s a group process/team building (more people, more and different knowledge) * Different way to learn, Use what you know and research and find new information on what we don’t know/what we need to know * Use knowledge in real situations

* A challenge, more than just answering a question
* 7. Syntheses summarize and evaluate

6. Collecting data and information

5. Needs for learning and goals
4. Structure and systemize the problem analysis

3. Problem analyses

2. Identify and define the problem

1. Clarify unfamiliar words, expressions and terms
7. Syntheses summarize and evaluate

6. Collecting data and information

5. Needs for learning and goals
4. Structure and systemize the problem analysis

3. Problem analyses

2. Identify and define the problem

1. Clarify unfamiliar words, expressions and terms
It’s an ongoing circle (seven steps or eight steps), each “round” brings new questions/problems which needs to be resolved.

* Prepare for real life tasks
* Encourage people to actively participate in the learning process, rather than just receiving a lot of information from a teacher that later will be forgotten * Practical tasks, rather than theoretical. Its doing, not only reading about it, (learning by doing) Different CI approaches/how to gain information:

* Observing (like the boat example)
* Gather...
tracking img