by Rubén Arcos and Randolph H. Pherson (Editors)
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Information and communication technology have a major impact on the delivery of analysis, particularly the presentation of analytic research, data, and conclusions. The preferred delivery method for data and analysis has shifted from static, print and other narrative products to the use of much more dynamic, digitally-based platforms. The ability of analytic units to adapt to this change could well determine whether they remain competitive in our era of digital communication. Intelligence Communication in the Digital Era explores the key issues that have arisen from this transition. It addresses how to meet changing expectations, including how to:
- Present analysis and customize information to decision makers.
- Leverage advancements in technology to communicate information differently.
- Encourage analysts to change the way they work, and provide them with the resources and production technology to do so.
- Invest in new analytic tradecraft that prioritizes developing producer/consumer relations rather than predicting future events.