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Step-by-Step Competitive Analysis

How to Use Competitive Analysis to Identify Actionable Opportunities to Gain Strategic Advantage

Through a deeper understanding of your competitors, you can gain strategic advantage, expose competitive gaps, provide differentiation beyond price, and reduce competitive pressures. In this step-by-step tutorial, you'll learn about:

  • A powerful approach to competitive analysis that goes well-beyond simple benchmarking.
  • The “Triangulated Audit” for uncovering competitors’ priorities, resources, and performance.
  • The 20 most important analysis questions for generating truly actionable, strategic insights.
  • Identifying, documenting, and exploiting strategic competitive “gaps” to create advantages.

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