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Competitive intelligence strives to create actionable information that is tailored around the ad hoc needs of decision makers when they face distinct and unique circumstances. As long as the field of competitive intelligence and its clients recognize this fact, the value of the discipline will be recognized. As indicated above, researchers often realize that the methods of science must be relaxed in actual practice. A classic example of this tendency is the “cost of perfect information” principle.
As a result, science needs to be as exact as possible so that the findings of scientific research will form a solid foundation for future investigation. Much competitive intelligence, in contrast, is designed to perform an analysis of a specific circumstance in order to provide insights for ad hoc purposes. The product of this research, by its very nature, can usually not be easily generalized. As a result, the findings of competitive intelligence are not designed to create a bedrock of theory and empirical knowledge upon which to build general theories.