By Espen Barth Eide

« The number of decisions to be made, combined with the time available before a decision must be made, makes it very challenging to be a decision-maker in the digital age. For a policymaker to be assured of his or her own decisions, intelligence plays an important role as a trusted and continuous dialogue partner. Rather than getting secrets delivered in a sealed envelope, a decision-maker in the digital age needs good analysis to support his or her decisions. In this way, intelligence can help a decision-maker to think the unthinkable – and thus help to reduce the risk of unpleasant surprises. »

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