Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #34: Amentum’s Luke Foster Offers Insight on CI Research & Analysis

Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #34: Amentum’s Luke Foster Offers Insight on CI Research & Analysis
Luke Foster, competitive intelligence analyst at Amentum

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 10, 2020 — ArchIntel is honored to present the 32nd in a series of interviews with Competitive Intelligence and GovCon executives who share their insights about creating and sustaining a competitive advantage.

Luke Foster, a competitive intelligence analyst at Amentum, overviewed his strategy and process for conducting an actionable assessment, the potential sources of information when doing CI research and what kind of training he thinks is needed for the job.

“If I can provide an unbiased actionable assessment that helps my colleagues make informed decisions, then I’ve done my job. Over time you will ideally become a trusted source within an organization that people can continually rely on. That’s a great place to be.”

To read Luke Foster’s full interview, and gain insight into other competitive intelligence and analysis experts’ perspectives, view ArchIntel’s ‘Competitive Intelligence Spotlight Series.’

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