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Are You Future-Proof? Preparing for Technological Disruptions

Phil McKinney

We live in unprecedented technological advances, and with these advances come disruptions that can significantly impact our lives and businesses. Understanding Technological Disruptions Technological disruptions refer to unexpected shifts in technology that can disrupt industries, businesses, and life as we know it.

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Driving Success: Harnessing the Power of the Startup Ecosystem


These young companies thrive on adaptability, a drive for growth, and often, a technology-based solution that disrupts existing markets or creates new ones. Startups: The Drivers of Innovation Startups are at the heart of the ecosystem, often characterized by their innovative solutions and disruptive potential.


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Unlocking Success: Leveraging Startup Innovation with Corporate Venture Capital


The Importance of Startup Innovation in Corporate Growth In today’s rapidly changing business environment, startup innovation is often at the forefront of technological advancement and market disruption. Corporations can leverage this innovation to drive growth, remain competitive, and enter new markets.

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How to be More Agile as Competitive Advantages Fade

New Markets Advisors

For years, Columbia Business School professor Rita McGrath has been telling us that the traditional strategy of finding and exploiting a sustainable competitive advantage is becoming outdated. The world is evolving too quickly for competitive advantages to last for a meaningful amount of time. Or so the argument goes.

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Agile Strategy – 16 Strategic Thinking Questions to Explore Disruptive Innovation


Fanatics introduced disruptive innovation to its marketplace with an agile strategy. It also uses its agile strategy to market apparel for niche opportunities where it might sell as few as ten t-shirts. 16 Strategic Thinking Questions to Explore Agile Strategy and Disruptive Innovation. via Shutterstock.

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Thriving in the Dynamic Ecosystem of the Hierarchy of Business Ecosystem Needs.


Providing the Ecosystem environment to build out dynamism enables the capabilities to challenge and have the abilities to disrupt. It is one that stands out as it needs to be treated as different to the others as it constantly changes and evolves- it seeks to disrupt and challenge.

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Implement Anticipatory Solutions Instead of Reactive Responses

Daniel Burrus

In years past, many businesses have succeeded with an agile, reactive approach to business where they respond to climate, competition, and social circumstances in an “after the fact” way. This focus was predominantly on responding to disruptions as they came in, putting out fires to solve issues. How do you do this, though?

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