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Liam Fahey, Researcher, Cofounder of Leadership Forum - Enhancing Companies Through Intelligence

April 14, 2021
Dinis Guarda citiesabc openbusinesscouncil Thought Leadership Interviews
Liam Fahey, Researcher, Cofounder of Leadership Forum - Enhancing Companies Through Intelligence
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Dinis Guarda citiesabc openbusinesscouncil Thought Leadership Interviews
Liam Fahey, Researcher, Cofounder of Leadership Forum - Enhancing Companies Through Intelligence
Apr 14, 2021

Dr. Liam Fahey is the Cofounder and Partner in Leadership Forum, and the creator and leader of its Intelligence Leadership Forum.

He has been a faculty member at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and Boston University, and he now serves as Professor of Management Practice at Babson College.

His consulting, teaching, research and writing focus is on enabling organizations to win in the marketplace through enhanced marketplace intelligence and insight.  He advises leaders, conducts workshops, consults to analysis specialists and engages with work teams in all facets of generating and leveraging marketplace intelligence and insight.
He is author or editor of eight books and over fifty articles or book chapters.

Service The first recipient of the Meritorious Award for Distinguished Service from the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP).

Dr. Liam Fahey has been named in the top 150 management “gurus” based on internet search, index citations and media references in the 2003 Davenport and Prusak book What’s the Big Idea. Voted "Outstanding Teacher of the Year" by the Kellogg School students.

Dr Liam Fahey Interview Focus

1. Background and Career
2. Can you tell us about when you were Named in the top 150 management “gurus” based on internet search, index citations and media references in the 2003 Davenport and Prusak book “What’s the Big Idea”?
3. Can you tell us more about the Intelligence Leadership Forum?
4. The Leadership Forum is dedicated to enabling organizations to win. Please tell us more about how to attain and sustain a leadership position in your clients’ chosen markets.
5. How does LF address leadership development, inclusion and diversity, executive assessment, coaching, integrated talent management, career management, and organization capability.
6. As an author, can you elaborate on the book  “Learning from the Future”?
7. Business leaders are under great pressure to navigate the current global crisis and ensure their organisation survives and stays relevant. How do you define marketplace?
8. In this era of uncertainty, it has never been more important to use data to develop informed business strategies to deliver objectives more efficiently and effectively;
9. On average, about two thirds (68%) of data available to organisations goes unused, wasting time, money and opportunities;
Many organisations’ cultures emphasise analysis project completion, rather than insight contribution, while leaders don’t know what to do to encourage the crafting of insight;
What Does it Mean to be an Intelligence Leader?
10. Understanding the Digital Landscape: Some Implications for Intelligence Work. Special in the time of Covid-19 and all its challenges, we see many business and economic models being disrupted, what role is technology and digital transformation making to leadership?
11. How do you look at the chaos around tech, management, cultures?
12. Can you tell us more about 5 top tips to turn data into valuable insight and competitive advantage, what Uber & Apple can teach us about the importance of business insights?
13. How can leaders establish an insight culture?

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https://www.dinisguarda.com/
https://www.intelligenthq.com
https://www.hedgethink.com/

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Show Notes

Dr. Liam Fahey is the Cofounder and Partner in Leadership Forum, and the creator and leader of its Intelligence Leadership Forum.

He has been a faculty member at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and Boston University, and he now serves as Professor of Management Practice at Babson College.

His consulting, teaching, research and writing focus is on enabling organizations to win in the marketplace through enhanced marketplace intelligence and insight.  He advises leaders, conducts workshops, consults to analysis specialists and engages with work teams in all facets of generating and leveraging marketplace intelligence and insight.
He is author or editor of eight books and over fifty articles or book chapters.

Service The first recipient of the Meritorious Award for Distinguished Service from the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP).

Dr. Liam Fahey has been named in the top 150 management “gurus” based on internet search, index citations and media references in the 2003 Davenport and Prusak book What’s the Big Idea. Voted "Outstanding Teacher of the Year" by the Kellogg School students.

Dr Liam Fahey Interview Focus

1. Background and Career
2. Can you tell us about when you were Named in the top 150 management “gurus” based on internet search, index citations and media references in the 2003 Davenport and Prusak book “What’s the Big Idea”?
3. Can you tell us more about the Intelligence Leadership Forum?
4. The Leadership Forum is dedicated to enabling organizations to win. Please tell us more about how to attain and sustain a leadership position in your clients’ chosen markets.
5. How does LF address leadership development, inclusion and diversity, executive assessment, coaching, integrated talent management, career management, and organization capability.
6. As an author, can you elaborate on the book  “Learning from the Future”?
7. Business leaders are under great pressure to navigate the current global crisis and ensure their organisation survives and stays relevant. How do you define marketplace?
8. In this era of uncertainty, it has never been more important to use data to develop informed business strategies to deliver objectives more efficiently and effectively;
9. On average, about two thirds (68%) of data available to organisations goes unused, wasting time, money and opportunities;
Many organisations’ cultures emphasise analysis project completion, rather than insight contribution, while leaders don’t know what to do to encourage the crafting of insight;
What Does it Mean to be an Intelligence Leader?
10. Understanding the Digital Landscape: Some Implications for Intelligence Work. Special in the time of Covid-19 and all its challenges, we see many business and economic models being disrupted, what role is technology and digital transformation making to leadership?
11. How do you look at the chaos around tech, management, cultures?
12. Can you tell us more about 5 top tips to turn data into valuable insight and competitive advantage, what Uber & Apple can teach us about the importance of business insights?
13. How can leaders establish an insight culture?

About Dinis Guarda profile and Channels
https://www.openbusinesscouncil.org
https://www.dinisguarda.com/
https://www.intelligenthq.com
https://www.hedgethink.com/

https://www.citiesabc.com/
https://twitter.com/citiesabc__

Dinis Guarda's 4IR: AI, Blockchain, Fintech, IoT - Reinventing a Nation