An organization intelligently and systematically applies knowledge-based organizational principles, organizational traditions, and organizational culture to define, reflect, and assert the goals, visions, and the desires of organizations. To be realistic, organizational intelligence is an investment in the analytical evaluation of the business structure of an organization, further contributing to the inclination of the organizational vision that justifies the organization of intelligent and the development analysis of the structural framework of the security sciences; in this context, organizational struggles, efforts, and crashes are reviewed and strategically evaluated to circumvent the risk of organizational threats, competition, and identification of organizational opportunities, prospects, potentials, and advantages that create competitive advantage in the marketplace. The research and application of organizational intelligence is an inclusive and evolving dynamic science and has soon become a unique and interesting research field, for seminars and marketing practice in most academic writings, research, intellectual debates, and business forums. The rapid growth and changing nature of international marketing has increased the relevance and value of organizational intelligence and its irreplaceable need. The rise of the supply, scarcity, and demand of high products and services in the global market has placed a pressure on the scalability of most enterprises to meet customer standards and expectations. This is explained through an understanding of the existence but yet a lack of organizational intelligence, the research, and business analysis that examines the comprehensiveness and relevance of most organizations in the operation of intelligence. The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between organizational intelligence and innovation management and the professional development of enterprises.
KeywordsOrganizational leadership Organizational aspirations Organizational compatibility Competitive intelligence Strategic vision Systems thinking
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