Intelligence as a Main Way to Ensure Universal Sustainability of Country’s Development

Aleksandras Vytautas Rutkauskas, Viktorija Stasytytė


The paper aims to analyse and propose ways of
measuring the synergistic effect that resource allocation to
intelligence assets (activities) can have on country’s sustainable
development and its subsystems. The methodology of adequate
portfolio is used in order to determine the optimal structure of
resources distributed to each group of intelligence assets -
planning and data mining, analytical processing and reporting.
Applying the proposed methodology and using expert valuations,
the synergistic effect on sustainability is measured and expressed
in terms of value added/resources saved, their reliability and
riskiness. Moreover, this effect impacts all the subsystems in the
general scheme of country sustainability, and, in turn, each
subsystem can positively influence business value in the
particular field of activity.


adequate portfolio, business intelligence assets (activities), country development sustainability, resource allocation, synergistic effect

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DOI: 10.7250/eb.2013.016


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