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INTELLIGENCE ÉCONOMIQUE ET TERRITORIALE AU SERVICE D'UNE STRATÉGIE DE DÉVELOPPEMENT RÉGIONAL : LA DÉLICATE QUESTION DE LA FORMATION DES ACTEURS

Abstract : Economic and territorial intelligence in the service of a strategy of regional development: The delicate question of the training of the actors Research on the concepts and realities of the new economy and information society have highlighted for over a decade the increasing importance of information and knowledge among strategic resources of companies and territories. In this context, such fields as knowledge management, business and competitive intelligence and new professions – knowledge manager, intelligence agent – have emerged. If the contours of these disciplines and professions are becoming better understood, despite or due to the emergence of different schools of thought, much work remains to be undertaken in order to clarify the new professions of territorial intelligence contributing to the revitalization of territories and trade that are
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Monica Mallowan, Christian Marcon. INTELLIGENCE ÉCONOMIQUE ET TERRITORIALE AU SERVICE D'UNE STRATÉGIE DE DÉVELOPPEMENT RÉGIONAL : LA DÉLICATE QUESTION DE LA FORMATION DES ACTEURS. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, Canadian Aeronautics, 2010, pp.24. ⟨hal-01171496⟩

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