By Greg Cullison
Security is more than just a hot topic these days - it's a do-or-die, mission-critical function of any organization, of any size, in any industry. Leading an effective security program in today's risk environment can seem overwhelming and unmanageable, but once you see your challenges in the context of processes, there are tried and true tactics for fixing them.
By Dan Jodarski
You’ve just taken on a significant improvement project with the goal of seeking elite performance in your CI office, and are currently undergoing the project management pieces. As you move beyond the tools of dashboarding and monitoring, it’s important to ensure there is continuous reevaluation and improvement. This requires thinking through the important question of “how well do your CI office's strategic objectives align with your improvement project's goals?"
By LaShawn Douglas
Let’s did a little deeper into achieving your intel office’s full potential. For each improvement project, its useful for a Counterintelligence (CI) Office to envision a clear picture of the current state, as well as the near and long-term aspirations. CI teams must capture baseline data about organizational processes using proven tools. These tools should be used as an early part of the performance optimization process and can include: value stream mapping, root cause analysis, and expert interviews.