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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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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. Organizations often are far too close to existing markets to recognize that they are actually shifting; they ignore or miss the signs in many ways.


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Most corporations don’t understand how much change is created by innovation. 

Paul Hobcraft

Applying the three horizon framework to innovation and change. To explain the impacts of innovation and the change it creates, we’ll use an accepted framework ( the Three Horizons ) to consider the impact innovation has on change capabilities and business models. There’s little change required for external constituents.

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Harnessing the Power: Navigating AI-Driven Rapid Change in Business Strategy


The Age of AI and Business Strategy Understanding AI-Driven Rapid Change In the current landscape, AI-driven technologies are reshaping industries at an unprecedented pace. Artificial Intelligence is not just a tool but a revolutionary force, catalyzing fundamental changes in how businesses operate, compete, and deliver value.

Strategy 100
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5 Tech Issues That Can Slow Down Innovation


In our minds, technology and innovation are interconnected. However, for every technological advancement, there seems to be a learning curve or adjustment period as we try to figure out how to implement automation into our daily lives. Technology: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back? source: 1 The Devil in Design.

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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. From our perspective, innovation almost always impacts three constituents: the customers, the competitors or market, and finally the innovator itself.

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How Technology is Empowering the Modern Property Manager

Business and Tech

Elizabeth Francisco, president of ResMan, offers expansive insights from being a woman in business to the rapid advancement of property management technology. Bias showed itself as I came up through the multifamily industry and then in technology with investors, peers, competitors, and prospective customers.