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My own transformative dynamics of disruption

Paul Hobcraft

It is a very disrupting, disturbing world. We have to push this into more of the cross-sector cascading effects of disruptions. This becomes a critical point of any dynamics of future disruption. Technological disruption is altering all we do. This was the most disruptive space for innovation and technology to be applied.

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Controlled Disruption in the Wild

Flying Fish Lab

Let’s walk down memory lane: The music industry faced significant disruption with the emergence of Napster, a peer-to-peer file-sharing application enabling illegal downloads, causing a decline in CD sales. Some conventions remained relatively unchanged or adapted to coexist with the disruptive forces. The Grammy’s remain unchanged.

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Learning to collaborate in a rapidly changing world

Paul Hobcraft

visual from [link] collaboration-the-missing-standard/. For this we need help, we need collaborators wanting to not just navigate back but more to navigate forward. However, I am not sure many of you feel the same; it seems disruption is in everything we need to undertake in what is coming towards us in change.

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Research is Collaborative

IdeaScale

ESIP is supported by NASA, NOAA, USGS and 110+ member organizations all working together to collaboratively share research, funding opportunities, and to network with one another. But now research is emerging that shows that the more connected an idea is, the more likely it is to be transformative or disruptive to an industry.

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

Speaker: Cory Skinner, Founder and CEO of FactR

Supply chains need tools that elevate decision-making and boost ROI as well as respond effectively to demand fluctuations, customer preferences, and competition.

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Learning to collaborate in a rapidly changing world

Paul Hobcraft

visual from www.amle.org collaboration-the-missing-standard/. For this we need help, we need collaborators wanting to not just navigate back but more to navigate forward. However, I am not sure many of you feel the same; it seems disruption is in everything we need to undertake in what is coming towards us in change.

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Learning to collaborate in a rapidly changing world

Paul Hobcraft

visual from [link] collaboration-the-missing-standard/. For this we need help, we need collaborators wanting to not just navigate back but more to navigate forward. However, I am not sure many of you feel the same; it seems disruption is in everything we need to undertake in what is coming towards us in change.