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. The age of “technology attack.”

Innovation Confidence Course

Jeffrey Phillips

The author refers to a lot of factors that stymie innovation, including many of the usual suspects: holding a brainstorm and then doing nothing sustaining a fear of failure thinking innovation is something the technology guys do One of the factors that caught my eye also got me thinking, however. That factor was "create an obstacle course for ideas". What's wrong with an obstacle course? Shouldn't the best ideas be the result of an obstacle course?

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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. The age of “technology attack.”

Preserving and/or Disrupting

Jeffrey Phillips

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?

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. Leveraging disruption could produce a revolutionary new product or service, lead to a significant improvement on an existing model or any number of advancements. If you’re in an industry that is starting to feel stale, it might be a sign that a disruption is needed.

Top 10 short-term online innovation management courses

hackerearth

Why take a course on innovation? List of courses. This is a round-up of short-term online courses for decision-makers who oversee driving innovation in their respective organizations. These courses guide you in gaining more insights about how innovation strategies and skills accelerate the operational efficiency and competitiveness in organizations. Course duration : 9 weeks. Course highlights. Innovation Management: Winning in the age of disruption.

Top 10 short-term online innovation management courses

hackerearth

Why take a course on innovation? List of courses. This is a round-up of short-term online courses for decision-makers who oversee driving innovation in their respective organizations. These courses guide you in gaining more insights about how innovation strategies and skills accelerate the operational efficiency and competitiveness in organizations. Course duration : 9 weeks. Course highlights. Innovation Management: Winning in the age of disruption.

How AI and LMS are positively disrupting the workplace.

IdeaSpies

This data includes completion rates, engagement, time, course results and grades which will all be congregated into reports conducted by the LMS.

A.I. Requires Repositioning Your Workforce Rather Than Laying Them Off

Daniel Burrus

one of the 20 core technologies I identified back in 1983 as the drivers of exponential economic value creation, has started out simple. Disrupting IT Operations. The fact of the matter is as the Internet and digital technologies evolve, so do cybercriminals.

Identifying Opportunities for Disruptive Innovation

Strategos

We are drawn to stories of entrepreneurs who came up with brilliant ideas that disrupted the existing “rules of the game” by which industry players compete with one another. But of course, we wouldn’t want it to be the scenario for our company. Disruption. A recent report by the Economist showed that 60% of company executives view disruption as a threat rather than an opportunity. Why do we fail to identify disruptive innovation? Are we vulnerable to disruption?

The Day after Disruption

Qmarkets

Sometimes it seems like organizations, even large enterprises, live and die by their ability to create disruptive innovations that completely redraw the market landscape, putting them at the forefront. Disruptive vs. continuous innovation. The Uber incident makes an excellent teaching case for exploring the limitations of disruptive innovation. Relying on disruptive innovation alone is placing all of a company's product management 'eggs' into one fragile basket.

Have the Banks already been Disrupted?

Matthew Griffin

“Banks were once the corner stone of the community but today their industry is being disrupted and disintermediated. On the one hand you have a growing apathy and disenchantment towards the banks which of course hasn’t been helped by the recent LIBOR, PPI, Forex or Bank Charge scandals. Every industry is undergoing some level of disruption and for some its more extreme and happening faster than others.

My fridge can disrupt your Bank

Matthew Griffin

The Internet of Everything, an emerging multi trillion dollar trend that embues a world where everything is connected to everything else and where inert ‘Dumb’ materials and products are embedded with technologies and sensors that make them ‘Smart’ isn’t ordinarily a trend that is associated with the Financial Services industry. Uncategorized business strategy disruption disruptive innovation innovation strategy strategy

Make Digital Disruption Your Biggest Competitive Advantage

Daniel Burrus

In 1983, I identified digital disruption as one of twenty technology-driven Hard Trends that would increasingly shape the future at an exponential rate, and at the same time drive economic value creation. Today, as more and more industries and businesses become disrupted, it is important to understand that digital disruption happens in waves. If your career, business, and industry has already been digitally disrupted, plan on it being disrupted again. .

Think Your Company’s Pursuit of Innovation has Run its Course? Think Again…

Qmarkets

If there’s anything we’ve learned from the last 10 years of technological advancements, it’s that humanity’s potential for enhancement, modification, deviation, and then reinvention, is categorically unfathomable. But it’s this mindset which must change in order for companies to maintain a competitive edge and fight disruption. Of course, we’ve developed new materials and designs, but the mechanical structure has remained the same – until now.

Gartner’s Lewis Farran Explains Technology Trends And Managing For The Future

Game-Changer

This was Lewis Farran’s message from a recent presentation he gave at a conference in Tijuana focused on Gartner’s top 10 strategic technology trends list, which include: AI foundations, intelligent apps, intelligent things, digital twins, cloud to the edge, conversational platform, immersive experience, blockchain, event-driven and continuous adaptive risk and trust. Gartner recently released the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2018 (summarize).

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Building Capability and Capacity to Expand Capabilities for Innovation

Paul Hobcraft

There are many benefits from having an intense course of one-on-one coaching, irrespective of the level of responsibility you have for innovation within your organization. They can offer a series of directions and courses of actions to be considered.

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Transformation is the Only Way to Really Change the Game 

Daniel Burrus

Instead of a customer paying hundreds of dollars a month for more channels he or she may not watch as a “perk,” TV networks are splitting off on their own and transforming the broadcast industry just as much as Netflix disrupted Blockbuster all those years ago. Capitalizing on Disruption.

Think Your Company’s Pursuit of Innovation has Run its Course? Think Again…

Qmarkets

If there’s anything we’ve learned from the last 10 years of technological advancements, it’s that humanity’s potential for enhancement, modification, deviation, and then reinvention, is categorically unfathomable. But it’s this mindset which must change in order for companies to maintain a competitive edge and fight disruption. Of course, we’ve developed new materials and designs, but the mechanical structure has remained the same – until now.

The Day after Disruption

Qmarkets

Sometimes it seems like organizations, even large enterprises, live and die by their ability to create disruptive innovations that completely redraw the market landscape, putting them at the forefront. Disruptive vs. continuous innovation. The Uber incident makes an excellent teaching case for exploring the limitations of disruptive innovation. Relying on disruptive innovation alone is placing all of a company's product management 'eggs' into one fragile basket.

Shifting our thinking within the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Paul Hobcraft

It was nicely put by Joe Kaeser, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens AG writing an article for the WEF , where he remarked “ The Fourth Industrial Revolution is not just about technology or business. This data understanding combined with computing power and analytics can allow for lower cost genome sequencing technology. The third fused electronics and information technology to automate production and allow us to enter a digital age.

Standout in the Data Privacy Revolt with More Transparency with Your Customers

Daniel Burrus

Of course not! What are the digital disruptions heading your way that will impact how you collect customer data and their personal information? Once that is established, what technological options are available to increase security and thwart cyberattacks?

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Anticipatory Leaders and Accelerated Hard Trends

Daniel Burrus

The predictability of disruption as an innovation accelerator is a central component of the Anticipatory Organization Model , focusing closely on how Anticipatory Organizations and Anticipatory Leaders can look at disruption and see enormous opportunities.

How Vertical Farming is Disrupting Urban Food Production

Daniel Burrus

People might think, when it comes to technological innovation, “either we keep the old, or we adopt the new.” Over the course of the last several decades, the US has experienced a process of deindustrialization, and while the jobs may have left, the factories and buildings remained. With this new technological advancement, perhaps the end to our food crisis is just around the corner. Anticipating the future Innovation Trends Daniel Burrus Technology Urban Agriculture

Construction Careers Just Got More Interesting – And Most Likely, Less Backbreaking

Daniel Burrus

Whether it is a global pandemic or everyday disruptions, most of us default to reaction and agility when faced with a crisis. And don’t think for a second that it is only white-collar jobs being digitally disrupted; the trades, manufacturing, and industry are in the hot seat like never before.

3D Printing -”To Disrupt or not to Disrupt?, that is the Question”

Innovation 360 Group

I think the major disruption from 3D printing will be with socio-economic factors such as new truly disruptive business models appearing on the market as consumer (home) 3D-Printing becomes commoditized, which is actually happening here and now! At it´s best, it offers some truly disruptive features, such as: Speed & Local Manufacturing. But, according to the experts at the seminar, it will NOT replace the conventional manufacturing technologies!

The Human Factor: Digital Connectivity Still Needs a Human Touch

Daniel Burrus

We live in an amazing era of technology-driven transformation that’s redefining how we sell, market, communicate, collaborate, innovate, train, and educate—all in an amazingly short period of time. Will technology disrupt my business to the point of closing it? Of course!

Why you should care about Trend, Technology, and Startup Scouting

ITONICS

We distinguish here between three pillars: technologies, trends, and startups. Even if not all identified trends or technologies are applicable to their current business needs, innovation forerunners should always be on the lookout for the latest developments to proactively address challenges as they arise. Pillar #2: Technologies or the Technology Push. The technology push drives a lot of disruption and origins from technical inventions.

Digital Disruption and How Businesses Can Best Leverage It

Qmarkets

At some point, digital disruption comes for every organization. While some companies might be flexible and lucky enough to ride a wave of disruption and survive , if you are able to predict and prepare for it accordingly you might be able to use it to thrive. Unless well planned and executed, digital disruption – the inevitable deluge of new tools and processes that is part and parcel of refining digital business processes – can be akin to managing a natural disaster.

Why Agility Cannot Stand Alone

Daniel Burrus

Think about some of the most powerful and industry-disruptive products and services that have changed the game through today, and try to put them in context with the concept of agility.

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Digital Disruption and How Businesses Can Best Leverage It

Qmarkets

At some point, digital disruption comes for every organization. While some companies might be flexible and lucky enough to ride a wave of disruption and survive , if you are able to predict and prepare for it accordingly you might be able to use it to thrive. Unless well planned and executed, digital disruption – the inevitable deluge of new tools and processes that is part and parcel of refining digital business processes – can be akin to managing a natural disaster.

Streamlining Success – How Continuous and Disruptive Innovation Examples Can Inform Business Transformation

Qmarkets

But do these disruptive innovation examples reflect the strategy that all companies should adopt? Continuous vs disruptive innovation examples - what both approaches can teach us. Such disruptions are often pivots (reactions to changing market conditions).

Going beyond the 5 bold steps offered to Reimagine the American Innovation Agenda

Paul Hobcraft

I have been reading a report written by Stephen J Ezell of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) along with a guru of innovation, John Kao, of ILSi on their concerns that something is amiss with the U.S. leadership as a birthright, as a matter of course.

5 Corporate Innovation Trends of 2019 Set to Disrupt the Business Landscape in 2020

Qmarkets

It’s also predicted that “quantum innovation” will play an increasingly central role in the way enterprises disrupt the marketplace. A less cinematic, but equally impressive, quantum innovation triumph can be seen in Philip Morris International – one of the world’s most successful cigarette companies – “self-disrupting” to create a smoke-free future. The new application of haptic technology is projected to be a major innovation sensation in 2020 (literally and figuratively).

Business model innovation: a core capability for disrupting your industry

hackerearth

Apple proved that business model innovation goes beyond innovation in mere product, service, or technology. Whether you want to steer breakout growth, revive a trailing core business, tackle industry disruptions, or protect your company against industry decline, business model innovation is the key. It’s the age of disruption when business model innovations are putting established business models under attack.

The Internet Is Theft

helloFUTURE

The Internet Is Theft – Me During a course on launching disruptive technologies, the professor turned his nose up at companies that copy a business model. amazon corporate disruption disruptive innovation ideas innovation startups successCopying Is Profitable, But Is It Innovative? Does It Have To Be?

Understanding Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning

Daniel Burrus

Technological change is the only constant in today’s business world, disrupting everything from large organizations to small start-ups. Disruption affects everyone, but will you be the disruptor or the disrupted? While several companies are on course to use artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL), others hardly understand the fundamental differences between these powerful technologies.

HOW ENTREPRENEURS CAN UTILISE SOFTWARE

ImagineNation

From self-driving cars to video conferencing apps, SaaS (software-as-service) technology to intuitive chatbots and programs that automatically calculate GST and other compliance requirements in the blink of an eye, innovation has fundamentally changed the way we live and work. Of course not.

The Cost of Saying “No” Just Got Expensive

Daniel Burrus

While the level of uncertainty unfolding every day is staggering, and we can’t seem to react fast enough, it has never been more important to become anticipatory, identify the Hard Trends and disruptions before they happen and pre-solve predictable problems before they occur.

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Business model innovation: a core capability for disrupting your industry

hackerearth

Apple proved that business model innovation goes beyond innovation in mere product, service, or technology. Whether you want to steer breakout growth, revive a trailing core business, tackle industry disruptions, or protect your company against industry decline, business model innovation is the key. It’s the age of disruption when business model innovations are putting established business models under attack.

The Innovation-Driven Disruption of the Automotive Value Chain (Part 3)

Corporate Innovation

In a previous post I wrote about the disruptive innovations that have been introduced by Tesla Motors (Tesla) and Uber and presented the steps the automotive industry should be taking in order to address the startup-driven disruption. Startups must realize that they cannot disrupt the entire automotive industry. Disrupting the Automotive Industry is Expensive. Of course, such failures are not discouraging new entrants.

The Innovation-Driven Disruption of the Automotive Value Chain (Part 3)

Corporate Innovation

In a previous post I wrote about the disruptive innovations that have been introduced by Tesla Motors (Tesla) and Uber and presented the steps the automotive industry should be taking in order to address the startup-driven disruption. Startups must realize that they cannot disrupt the entire automotive industry. Disrupting the Automotive Industry is Expensive. Of course, such failures are not discouraging new entrants.

Business Leadership Imperative: What Business Leaders Must Do (Part 2)

Daniel Burrus

Now that I’ve revealed what business leaders must know in order to become the disruptor instead of the disrupted, the next step is applying those principles. Chart Your Course. Anticipating the future is key to successful innovation and, more importantly, helps you become the disruptor and not the disrupted. I discussed previously the need to solve problems before they occur; however, what happens when you do uncover a problem?