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How Disruptive Business Model is Changing the Game

IdeaScale

In recent years, a new type of business model has emerged that has disrupted traditional industries and transformed the way we live our lives. This disruptive business model is changing the game in many different ways, from offering new products and services to disrupting existing markets.

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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. I am talking about the original theory of disruptive innovation, as outlined by Professor Clayton Christensen in his groundbreaking Harvard Business Review article in 1995.

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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. Disruption is increasingly self-referential, used as both premise and conclusion, while the status quo is assumed to be inadequate as an a priori principle.

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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. In most cases, organizations cannot self-disrupt, which is largely covered by this veritable list of constraints.

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The New Tech Toolbelt: Digital Twins, IoT, Cobots, & More

Speaker: Cory Skinner, Founder and CEO of FactR

From limited visibility and a lack of real-time data to a lack of agility and responsiveness to changing market conditions, there's no shortage of difficulties that today's supply chain professionals can encounter. What can be done to not only address these challenges, but overcome them?

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

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Controlled Disruption – a powerful approach to change the business landscape

Flying Fish Lab

At Flying Fish Lab, we offer a unique approach called Controlled Disruption to help businesses grow. Controlled Disruption is unique in its ability to overlay Intelligent Naivety onto your Category Expertise. It is a proactive and essential strategy in today’s ever-changing consumer and customer landscape.