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HBR Podcast on Disruptive Innovation

Idea to Value

Do you know what disruptive innovation is? No, I am not talking about every start-up trying to disrupt their industry.

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2023: Making The Shift From Disruption To Resilience

Digital Tonto

It’s been roughly 25 years since Clayton Christensen inaugurated the disruptive era and what he initially intended to describe as a special case has been implemented as a general rule. The average American is worse off, in almost every way, than before the cult of disruption took hold.

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China the story of innovation and disruption.

Paul Hobcraft

Disruption is all around us; it never seems to go away; it simply appears in a different and often entirely new form. The result is the same; it disrupts what we know and often in how we suddenly need to set about doing it differently. part Image credit Knowledge @ Wharton.

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Breakthrough Innovation vs. Disruptive Innovation

IdeaScale

Aren’t breakthrough innovation and disruptive innovation the same thing? After all, the car, the telephone, the smartphone, the electric car, the solar panel, weren’t these all breakthroughs that were also disruptive? What Is Disruptive Innovation? Not so with disruption.

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Navigating the VUCA World With Innovation Coaching

Speaker: Janet Sernack, Founder and CEO of ImagineNation

Join the founder and CEO of ImagineNationTM, Janet Sernack, to understand how developing an innovation coaching skill set can help lead the way in supporting people through the exponential change and disruption in our VUCA world.

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Incremental Change vs. Disruptive Innovation: What’s the Difference?

IdeaScale

When you’re comparing incremental innovation vs disruptive innovation, what’s the difference? Incremental innovation is small, modular change that takes place slowly over time, and allows for a gradual development of the product and its marketplace.

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Why do we have difficulties to self-disrupt?

Paul Hobcraft

“Why do we always seem to have internal difficulties to self-disrupt?”. In most cases, organizations cannot self-disrupt, which is largely covered by this veritable list of constraints. You impact culture by a changing environment or altering the climate.

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RIDING THE WAVE OF DISRUPTIVE CHANGE

ImagineNation

Similarly, today, where we are riding the wave of disruptive change; COVID-19, and range of chaotic global events, we have the chance to be mindfully present to sense and see the best learning opportunities and creative possibilities that the disruptive waves offer us, as they arise.

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Disrupt Yourself, Your Team and Your Organization

Innovation Excellence

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My own transformative dynamics of disruption

Paul Hobcraft

Let me tell you about this as it recognises how things are changing in our world and certainly in my world, in particular. It is a very disrupting, disturbing world. We have to push this into more of the cross-sector cascading effects of disruptions.

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Disruption Should Never Sneak Up on You: Find the Courage to Change by Using Hard Trends

Daniel Burrus

I want you to take a moment and ask yourself: are you afraid of change? Are those individuals who answered “no” to fearing change fearless? What Causes Change Today? Today, the most prominent force of change is digital disruptions. The Fear of Digital Disruption.

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How To Create A Movement To Drive Transformation In Your Company Or Industry

Speaker: Greg Satell

Everybody has something they’d like to change, whether it is a problem in their organization, their industry, their community or society at large. But how can you get your ideas for change to take hold beyond a small circle of likeminded people? What you need is a cascade: small groups that are loosely connected but united by a common purpose. When they synchronize their collective behavior as networks, they become immensely powerful. A business model is disrupted, an industry is remade, the preceding order is no more and the world is transformed.

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Bitcoin and Blockchain: A Small Glimpse Into Big Digital Disruptions

Daniel Burrus

For those interested in digital disruption and technological advancements , Bitcoin represented so much more than a way to allegedly make money fast like some type of digital wolf of Wall Street. Trust me when I say it will be far more disruptive than Bitcoin ever had the chance to be.

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The pandemic has changed our personalities

Idea to Value

New research from September 2022 has looked at how the Big 5 Personality traits of more than 7,109 people in the USA have changed over time, comparing their results before the pandemic to 2022.

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DISRUPTIVE THINKING

Michael Michalko

Disruptive Thinking is a concept that is based upon doing the opposite of what is expected/what convention tells you will be successful. One of the best examples I have heard of comes from a talk given by Luke Williams, which illustrates the potential of Disruptive Thinking. For those not initially comfortable with a widely spread peacock tail of ideas, Disruptive Thinking’ offers a clearly defined starting point. Disruptive technology is important to education.

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Creating the conditions for disruptive innovation

Jeffrey Phillips

New perspectives needed In fact, the more your environment is changing, the more competitors you have, the more intense the competition within your industry is, the more you need new perspectives.

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Why Let Others Disrupt You? Take the Smart Self-Disruption Journey!

InnovationManagement

In a time when uncertainty reigns, the fear of being disrupted can brutally hurt any business. Responsible leaders who dare to anticipate disruption and take steps to self-inflict it to their organization in a smart and controlled way are best positioned for the future.

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How Digital Transformation will Bend the Curve of the Linear Economy Toward the Circular

Speaker: Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Co-Founder & Managing Director of SmartNations Foundation, Jimmy Jia, Venture Partner at Pi Labs, Fabienne Durand, Senior Advisor to the SmartNations Foundation, & Roger Strukhoff, Executive Director of the Tau Institute

The Carbon Zero, Circular Economy, is easily the most profoundly important result of digital transformation. Industry 4.0 has a massively cumulative impact on dematerialization (in all forms) and resultant decarbonization (both emissions and embodied) throughout the economy. Join panelists Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Jimmy Jia, Fabienne Durand, and their moderator Roger Strukhoff as they discuss how bending the carbon/GHG heavy linear economy to the circular is one of the hidden benefits of digital disruption.

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China the story of innovation and disruption.

Paul Hobcraft

Disruption is all around us; it never seems to go away; it simply appears in a different and often entirely new form. The result is the same; it disrupts what we know and often in how we suddenly need to set about doing it differently. part Image credit Knowledge @ Wharton.

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Changing Change

Innovation Excellence

The business world is showing an increasing interest in the people side of change, and there is a very real reason for this… Companies are spending an increasing amount of their budget on technology and working to transform their operations to be more digital in order to provide a better experience for customers, employees, partners.

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Breakthrough Innovation or Disruptive Innovation?

IdeaScale

A breakthrough can be an even bigger deal than a disruption. Aren’t breakthrough innovation and disruptive innovation the same thing? After all, the car, the telephone, the smartphone, the electric car, the solar panel, weren’t these all breakthroughs that were also disruptive? It is innovation that opens the company to new markets or changes the way customers interact with the market or the industry. Breakthrough Innovation Or Disruptive Innovation?

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What’s Next – The Disruptive Innovation Toolkit™

Braden Kelley

I think managers and leaders are wondering now that I’ve written two popular books (Charting Change and Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire) and a chapter … Continue reading → Change Innovation Bank of Montreal Change Planning Canvas Change Planning Toolkit disruption Disruptive Innovation frameworks methodologies OSF Healthcare Tools value innovation… and a new Innovation Intervention service.

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The Invaluable Difference Between Change and Transformation

Daniel Burrus

We are in an interesting time in history, when transformative digital disruptions have their foot on the gas and are accelerating at exponential rates. What Does the Term ‘Change’ Mean? Change is a common term. In effect, change is different, but somehow the same.

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DISRUPT YOURSELF, TEAM AND ORGANISATION

ImagineNation

As we move towards the beginning of a new year in the cycle of seasonal changes, here in Melbourne, Australia, it is summer, a time for accelerating growth. We have all been challenged by disruption. Why disrupt yourself, your team, and organisation?

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Change is Uncomfortable. Not Changing Can be Regrettable.

Daniel Burrus

Change Is Uncomfortable. Change may be the only constant in our lives, but that doesn’t mean we are happy about it! Change is possible, often unpredictable, and when it is unpredictable, it is uncomfortable. Change Is Disruptive. Certainty Makes Change Predictable.

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Why incremental innovation is so easy; disruptive is so difficult

Jeffrey Phillips

For me, one epiphany that happened this week was when I was thinking about how valuable truly disruptive innovation is, and why it is done so rarely. Disruptive innovation cuts both ways Truly disruptive ideas, therefore, cut both ways.

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Four Ways to Overcome Resistance to Change

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Greg Satell Why are organizations so resistant to change? Many point to a corporate immune system or to organizational antibodies that instantly attack change. The idea is that leaders prefer stability to disruption and put systems in place to reduce variance.

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My own transformative dynamics of disruption

Paul Hobcraft

Let me tell you about this as it recognises how things are changing in our world and certainly in my world, in particular. It is a very disrupting, disturbing world. We have to push this into more of the cross-sector cascading effects of disruptions.

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Driving Innovation Midst of Global Disruption

Faisal Hoque

Blogs I Articles Creativity | Innovation Leadership | Management 4IR AI change Faisal Hoque Fourth Industrial Revolution Future of Work innovation Leaders Leadership & Management Lifelessons LIFT LIFTBOOK TransfoormationalLeadership

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We Can’t Define The Change We Want To Pursue Until We Define Who We Want To Be

Digital Tonto

The generations that came after worshiped disruption and renewal. My hope is that we become protectors who seek to make the shift from disruption to resilience. The post We Can’t Define The Change We Want To Pursue Until We Define Who We Want To Be first appeared on Digital Tonto.

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Bringing Blockchain into Real Life: Practical Applications for Disruptive Technology

Daniel Burrus

At this point, those who do understand what cryptocurrency is realize the disruptive nature of the concept and how it can upend the banking and financial industry. But the disruption from the concept of a digital wallet and cryptocurrency runs far deeper than just money.

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how to handle constant disruption

helloFUTURE

How can you stay calm when there is one disruptive thing happening after another? This year is shaping up to be just as disruptive, if not more disruptive, than last year. How… The post how to handle constant disruption appeared first on hellofuture.

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The critical interplay among innovation, business models and change

Paul Hobcraft

The critical interplay among innovation, business models and change. One such collaboration was around the interplay of innovation with business models and change. We believe that the best innovators are the most adept at making and sustaining change. Disruptive/Radical.

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Don’t Fear Disruption, Leverage It! 

Daniel Burrus

Disruptive digital technology is also a Hard Trend future certainty that has long been streamlining tasks in every industry, taking the place of many humans in different professional roles. I challenge you to read this paragraph and then close your eyes and focus. Think about the future.

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KICKSTART CHANGE AND INNOVATE IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

ImagineNation

We stated that innovation-led growth is absolutely critical and that people need to be enabled and equipped to adapt, connect and collaborate in new ways to kickstart change in agile, constructive, equitable, and sustainable ways to innovate in uncertain times.

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Adjusting to a changing world

Paul Hobcraft

The issue we must tackle today, is how we go about adapting to the changing world? One that will be able to take all the advantages of the changes all businesses are undergoing, how societies will be adjusting and responding. We are in a period of (great) change.

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Riding the Wave of Disruptive Change

Innovation Excellence

That’s similar to today, where the disruptive waves of COVID-19 and a range of chaotic global events are causing massive social unrest that is hard to resist.

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Innovation: the accelerator for the changes in our energy transitions

Paul Hobcraft

We are losing the race to stop our planet’s warming as our innovative human endeavours are not at the level they should be, or we lack the “will” to make the changes we so desperately need to undergo to protect our planet.

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LEADING AND MANAGING TRANSITIONAL CHANGE

ImagineNation

In our last blog “Leading and managing human transitions through disruption and adversity,” we described the importance of leaders and managers becoming more generous, tolerant, caring, empathic not only with themselves, and also with others they interact with.

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Digital Disruption: A Multi-Generational Mindset

Daniel Burrus

Being anticipatory is a multifaceted offense in a world of rapid digital disruption. Yet it is important to remember that being anticipatory also requires you to be aware of disruptions from others that may impact you and knowing how to prepare accordingly. A Changing Mindset .

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Innovation or Disruption: What’s Your Aim?

IdeaScale

The terms “innovation” and “disruption” are commonly used in today’s business world. Disruption is innovation, but not all innovation is disruption, just like all squares are technically rectangles , but not all rectangles are squares. It’s not even as simple as that, because sometimes innovations become disruptive after reaching a tipping point. What Disruption Does. Disruption creates new markets or fundamentally changes how you think of a product or service.

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Caught in the Headlights of Disruptive Innovation.

Paul Hobcraft

This past weekend I had an extended period of re-reading about the effects of disruption that seems to be occurring across all points of business, our politics, our governments, it seems across our lives. All good plans sometime get disrupted. So I had some time on my hands so I decided to go back over the whole area of disruption to get a broader understanding and how this is driving so much within our innovation activity at present. Moritz reviewing disruptive innovation.

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True Disruption Often Leads to Invention, but So Does Anticipation

Daniel Burrus

Picture this: You start a small business by making a change to a preexisting product that completely reinvents that product. Some minor disruptions get in your way, so you and your team make some adjustments to your product.