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An Anticipatory Leader™ Turns Disruption and Change into Opportunity and Advantage

Daniel Burrus

An Anticipatory Leader understands that technology-driven change is accelerating at an exponential rate. Reacting to problems and digital disruptions, no matter how agile you and your organization are, is no longer good enough.

Beyond Bitcoin: The Future of Blockchain Technology

Daniel Burrus

Since then, I’ve seen no need to change either designation, as there are now more than 100 different cyber currencies. At the same time, as Bitcoins struggled to gain widespread use, blockchains—the technology Bitcoin transactions are handled with—were growing.

Use Anticipation to Turn Disruption Into Opportunity

Daniel Burrus

For the longest time, cable television was a miraculous technology that not everybody had in their homes, mostly because not everybody could afford it. Why did they become the disrupted and not the disruptor? Today, there are many industries still ripe for disruption.

How to Improve Customer Experience in an Era of Choice

The essence of customer service throughout history hasn’t changed. What has changed, however, is how customers are able to interact. experiences for customers HOW TO CAPTURE THE VOICE OF THE CUSTOMER IN AN ERA OF CHOICE - SPIGIT 4 Historical changes in. But things have changed.

Embracing the Power of Blockchain Technology

Daniel Burrus

We often forget just how much technology has changed our lives in the last few years. The concept of handing over a handful of silver coins in exchange for any product or service can feel quite primitive in our modern world dominated by technology.

The Risks of Sticking with Legacy Technology

Daniel Burrus

Legacy technology is like that old pair of jeans you wore as a teenager. Move that anecdote onto a larger stage and you have a fairly accurate picture of why many organizations hold on to legacy technology—tools that are long outdated: comfort. Legacy Technology Defined.

3 Key Criteria of Disruptive Innovation

Game-Changer

Just a few hours before sitting down to write this post I was in a meeting were a group of people pitched themselves as disruptive, they aren’t, but people on the other end of the table soaked it all in. The truth is not all innovation is disruptive.

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. Moritz reviewing disruptive innovation.

Technology leads, innovation exploitation is lagging

Paul Hobcraft

Mashing up for explosive change. The dizzy array of strategic choices will totally disrupt existing business models if they are right in their design. Innovation is caught up in this transformational change. The balance in innovation activity is changing.

Artificial Intelligence: Disruption or Opportunity?

Daniel Burrus

Artificial intelligence (AI), one of twenty core technologies I identified back in 1983 as the drivers of exponential economic value creation, has worked its way into our lives. This cognitive AI technology can process information much more like a smart human than a smart computer. The key is not to react to change, but to get ahead of it by paying attention to Hard Trends. The accounting industry can benefit from this technology, as well.

Spigit's 2018 State of Crowdsourced Innovation Report

verticals, including: biotechnology, chemicals, construction, CPG, education, electronics, energy, finance, food, government, health care, insurance, law, manufacturing, media, pharmaceuticals, public sector, retail, sports, technology, and telecommunications. Objectives change over.

Uncharted Waters Disrupting the Corporate Boardrooms

Paul Hobcraft

When you read a report that has within its executive summary this: “ In combination the boards stand unarmed to enter the battlefield of future business creation in a disrupted world ” it makes you want to read on. Note : Understandable but not forgivable in this disrupting world).

9 Patterns of Disruption: The new cooking recipe for business disruption

Idea to Value

A light bulb went on for me as I was reading a series of reports from Deloitte University Press on disruption. I felt this nine patterns of disruption has the same huge potential to frame and dialogue around the potential within disruption.

Consumers Driving Technological Change in the Financial Industry

Daniel Burrus

The financial services industry has been notoriously slow to adapt to the evolving technology landscape and its customers’ digital demands. In yet another twist to a modern tale, it was recently revealed that it was consumers who were leading yet another round of disruption in the banking and insurance sectors. A report by Fujitsu financial services showed that 39% of the UK residents it surveyed would consider leaving their providers if they do not offer up-to-date technology.

Market Disruption vs. Business Disruption: The Inertial Disruption Factor

Legacy Innovation Group

Technology Advisory. More >> Market Disruption vs. Business Disruption: The Inertial Disruption Factor. Rock the market with a major disruption, and there will be a rocking effect back on the business and its supporting ecosystem. About. Why Innovation.

Smart Construction: How AI and Machine Learning Will Change the Construction Industry

Daniel Burrus

I have written about disruptions in the manufacturing industry, such as Industry 4.0 , while illustrating the Hard Trends that indicate where improvements w ill be made in the future. Yet, those technologies are finally starting to emerge in the industry.

6 Keys to Making Collaborative Innovation Successful

Speaker: Soren Kaplan, Founder of InnovationPoint

Web sites off ered as citations and/or sources for further information may have changed or. Chapter 1 So You Want to Be a Disruptive Innovator? Products, services, technologies, and even. being disrupted into obsolescence. disrUPtive iNNovator? changing world.

Our inabilities to adapt needs changing.

Paul Hobcraft

They become fixed, rigid and locked into their established ways, not adapting to the changes occurring around them. If we can’t adapt to changing times, we simply struggle to survive, that is the growing reality operating in today’s environment.

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Technological Unemployment Is Changing the Future of Work

Daniel Burrus

The one phrase that most people choose to ignore is technological unemployment. This headline alone hammers home the level of change heading our way and our journey into digital transformation beyond the point of no return. Things have and always will continue to change in the name of progress. The difference now is the speed of exponential change. Rather than blame technology for mass unemployment, think about the 500,000 new roles that are currently sitting empty.

Disruptive Energy.

100%Open

By any measure, that was a disruptive statement. While more and more of us are becoming aware of the impact climate change will have on current and future lives and the planet we keep pressing the same buttons, switches and pedals that make the energy flow. Yet if climate change is going to be managed, we’ve got to make it easier for consumers to make good choices. Earth Summit 1992 followed in Rio, creating the Climate Change Convention.

Preserving and/or Disrupting

RTI Innovation Advisors

I'm reading a lot about "disruptive" innovation from firms that I think have a lot to protect and preserve. When I read that, I become fairly suspicious, because I'm not sure it's possible to simultaneously protect what is "important" and disrupt at the same time, unless the disruption is taking place in a market or business adjacent to or distant from whatever the corporation is trying to protect. So what are all of these corporations disrupting?

Either You Drive Disruption Or You’re Outpaced By It

Game-Changer

Every single industry, domain and business is being disrupted by emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, virtual reality, augmented reality, blockchain, internet of things, drones and 3D printing. Technology is shaping everything that happens around us.

3 Reasons Companies Welcome Disruption

Daniel Burrus

A central component of the Anticipatory Organization model is disruption—more specifically, how Anticipatory Organizations and individuals can look at disruption and see enormous opportunity. Industries That Need Disruption. Go ahead and pick your opportunity for disruption.

Debunking Disruptive Innovation – Why Disruptive Innovation is Not a Strategy

Leapfrogging

Disruptive innovation has become business’ biggest paradigm. While many companies scramble to create disruptive innovation strategies, the problem is that it isn’t a linear process or methodology. We asked him a simple question, “How do you do disruptive innovation?”.

Technology Is Disrupting Crime – Are You Ready?

Daniel Burrus

We often talk about how technology is disrupting almost every industry that we can think of but authorities often conveniently neglect to include the crime figures that show how even the criminal underworld is being transformed by technology too. It’s also interesting to note how law enforcement is under the same pressure to stay ahead of the curve as technology continues to force everyone to step up their game. The post Technology Is Disrupting Crime – Are You Ready?

“Decouple” the Value Chain to Drive Digital Disruption

Leapfrogging

Digital disruption isn’t just about the internet or mobile technology. I recently had a chance to connect with Harvard Business School professor, Thales Teixeira, whose most recent book, Unlocking the Customer Value Chain , highlights the dynamics of “decoupling” and why it will drive even more disruption than we’ve seen in the world. Teixeira says the seeds of digital disruption originally started with unbundling as the internet became widely accessible.

Intensity of Use of Technology, Not Just Access, Is What Creates Economic Opportunity

Game-Changer

As we enter 2018, it’s worth reminding ourselves that digital disruption is real. The Next Economy will be driven by these emerging technologies : artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, drones, big data, internet of things, 3D printing, genetics and blockchain.

The Travel & Hospitality Industry is Being Disrupted, Again.

Leapfrogging

Airbnb disrupted hotels. Now big travel and hospitality companies are going after the next disruptive innovation themselves before getting blindsided yet again. As part of a new series of articles I’m writing called Everything Transformed , I’m focusing on the widespread disruption of just about every industry on the planet. Amidi also says that “the future of travel involves seamless traveler experiences enabled by various legacy and new technology platforms.

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Digital Disruption and Your Workforce

Daniel Burrus

In some cases, it’s about identifying opportunities for major digital disruption that you yourself can introduce (think Uber, Kickstarter and other innovations that set entire industries on their ear.). The Continuing Digital Disruption. Employees are preparing for digital change.

Why People Resist New Technologies

Game-Changer

But, Innovation itself is not the problem, it’s how society is structured and how it responds to technological shifts. Calestous Juma, explores why people resist new technologies in his new book Innovation and Its Enemies: Why People Resist New Technologies.

Disruptive Is Not a Dirty Word

IdeaScale

Disruptive isn’t a dirty word, but it can be a scary one. Why does the word “disruptive” raise such fear among so many people? Uttering “disruptive” during a meeting can get you looks more along the lines of profanity. Change Is Good, Not Easy. Mindful Disruption.

Innovation is How We Adapt to Change

Tim Kastelle

To flourish and grow, we need to innovate Jack Welch once said: If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near. This raises some important innovation points: The rate of change outside is accelerating.

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The Disrupted or the Disruptor: Pick One

Daniel Burrus

What comes to mind when you hear the term “disrupt”? Or do you see it from the other side of the coin—when you’re the one causing the disruption and, as a result, leveraging the opportunity that results? Disruption Defined. Everyone knows what disruption means.

Disrupt, Destruct, Digital – The Way of Future Life?

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Embracing Disruptive Innovation: Why It’s Important for Your Business

IdeaScale

Disruption is good for business. “Disruption” is a popular buzzword, but if you stop and think about it, experiencing disruption is not something we, as people, enjoy. Disruption can happen with shocking speed. You might see a disruption coming before it hits.

Why we should expect more disruptive innovations

RTI Innovation Advisors

Similarly, Blockbuster experienced almost the exact same disruption. What these two examples have in common is a rapid, sudden change brought about by innovation. What we ought to be paying attention to, however, is the amount of rapid change that's occurring everywhere - in every industry, in every function and every geography. Drivers of Disruptive Innovation What are the emerging drivers of more and more disruptive innovation?

Achieving Disruptive Innovation

The Human Factor

Disruptive innovation” seems to be one of the more popular buzzwords in today’s business lexicon. The technology built into these devices wasn’t all that new, but Apple put them together in a way that allowed people to do things they couldn’t do before.

Change Management Alone Isn’t Enough for Digital Transformation

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There is no doubt that digital transformation (DX) has become and will continue to be a primary driver of change in organizations for the foreseeable future, and it requires executives to think about change differently. Enterprise Change Strategy & Structure.

Why We Must Change Our Mental Models from Hierarchies to Networks

Innovation Excellence

Once you start thinking in terms of networks rather than hierarchies, it becomes clear that we must change how we do things; and not just within organizations, but also in how we approach a competitive marketplace.

Five Steps to Change Your Thinking

Daniel Burrus

When you make changes, are they coming at you from the outside in or inside out? In my 30 years of working with top leaders from business, health care, government and education, I have found that the majority of change comes from the outside in. Most of us are conditioned in both our personal and professional lives to make changes based on outside factors. Whenever change comes from the outside, we are forced to react to it.

12 Technology Categories That Will Transform Careers

Daniel Burrus

As technology continues to impact our lives, workers at every level in today’s ever-changing labor market need to be prepared with skills to adapt and succeed in the workplace. Over the past thirty years, I have developed a proven methodology to anticipate disruption and change before it happens, allowing you to find the confidence that certainty provides. The list highlights technologies that are now and will continue to transform present and future careers.