Benjamin Gilad

Benjamin Gilad

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Competitive Intelligence Expert

About Benjamin Gilad

Benjamin Gilad is a former Rutgers University's School of Management professor, a former police detective, the author of six business books and one novel, the creator of war gaming methodology for business enterprise and the co-founder of a training academy for competitive intelligence analysts.

Books By Benjamin Gilad

The New Employee Manual

More From Benjamin Gilad

Corporate Culture

Why Competition Is Missing from the Corporate Course Catalog

As an entrepreneur, you may know how to manage your business, but do you really know how to compete and win? Find out what to do differently to grow your company.
Growth Strategies

Strategy Vs. Execution: Which Is More Important to Your Company's Success?

If you had to choose, would you say a sound business strategy is better than a successful execution -- or vice versa?
Entrepreneur Mindset

The 2 Business Obsessions You Need to Ignore

Business owners are often obsessed with reorganizing and growth. Here's why moving past these action items might be best for your company.
Entrepreneur Mindset

Stop Believing in the Power of Freemium Thinking

Freemium thinking is the act of repeating past strategy without putting a lot of thought into how the future will be different. Here's why that's no longer good enough and what you can do instead.
Corporate Culture

Why Big Data Can Fail You and How to Use It to Your Benefit

Relying on Big Data to make business decisions can be a smart strategy -- and can also lead you in the wrong direction. Here's how to use it wisely.
Taking Risks

Dealing With Rejection? Remember That Tenacity Can Help You Go Far.

Don't be afraid to leave your comfort zone for something that really matters to you
Corporate Culture

How to Identify Corporate OOPs

Do you have any OOPs on your staff? You do if any of your employees are overconfident, oblivious people. Find out how to find them and what to do next.
Growth

Take These Steps To Make Sure Your Career Doesn't Turn into the Hunger Games

Knowing your value will help you weather periods of upheaval.
Company Culture

Are You Fresh Out of School? Here's How You Can Stand Out Even at Major Companies.

Your voice is vital, so don't wait 10 years before you speak up.