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About ACI
Academy of Competitive Intelligence, Inc.

Dr. Benjamin Gilad, Business Wargames Guru
Dr. Benjamin Gilad

The Academy of Competitive Intelligence is the brainchild Dr. Benjamin Gilad, a former strategy professor at Rutgers University School of Management, a former police intelligence officer, and a renowned management and economics educator who was named "our Guru of Competitive Intelligence" by CI Magazine, the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals' official publication.

Dr. Gilad is considered a pioneer of competitive intelligence theory and practice in the US. The first to popularize the corporate CI unit in the early 1980s, Gilad's methodology and models are used by almost every consultant and practitioner in the competitive intelligence field, and by the vast majority of Fortune 500 firms. Dr. Gilad has published 7 books and over 60 articles. The Academy's training affiliate, the Fuld-Gilad-Herring Academy of CI is the global leader in training in competitive intelligence, and the only one to offer a public course, taught by Gilad, on wargaming.

Industries we helped since 1982:

  • Consumer products
  • Pharmaceuticals/Biotech
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food/beverages
  • Insurance
  • Healthcare
  • Aerospace/defense
  • Utilities
  • Industrial manufacturing
  • Chemicals
  • Electronics
  • Distribution
  • Telcom
  • Financial Institutions
  • Medical equipment
  • Software

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BUSINESS WAR GAMES: How large, small and new companies can vastly improve their strategies and outmaneuver the competition. Order Business War Games by Ben Gilad
Order Business Blindspots by Ben Gilad BUSINESS BLINDSPOTS: Replacing outdated myths, beliefs and assumptions with the realities of today's markets.
EARLY WARNING: Using competitive intelligence to anticipate market shifts and create strategies. Order Early Warning by Ben Gilad
"The war gaming exercise allows cross-functional participants the opportunity to view their industry without blinders and to understand what competitors are thinking and doing."--Shelley Schlump, former competitive intelligence manager for a leading industrial distributor
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