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Disruption is not a strategy

Idea to Value

If you ask a number of startups what they are hoping to achieve, undoubtedly you will encounter one that is going to “Disrupt” their industry. Disruption is what Uber, Airbnb, Amazon and the iPhone did to their industries. Disruption is cool. Disruption is sexy. Disruption is a force which shapes markets.

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Future-Proof Your Business: Building Strategies for a Disruptive World

Leapfrogging

Navigating a Disruptive Business Environment In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven landscape, businesses are frequently faced with disruptions that can significantly impact their operations and long-term viability. Recognizing the early signs of these disruptions is key to responding effectively.

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Navigating Supply Chain Innovation: Strategies for Success

HYPE Innovation

of businesses report increased operational costs due to supply chain disruptions , supply chain innovation has become critical for companies seeking to remain competitive and sustainable. In today's rapidly evolving business environment, where 84.6%

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Podcast S4E74: Michael Raynor – Setting the right strategy for innovation and disruption

Idea to Value

In today’s episode of the Idea to Value Podcast, we speak with Michael Raynor, Managing Director for the Deloitte US Strategy group, and author of numerous groundbreaking books on innovation, including The Innovator’s Solution and the Strategy Paradox. 00:04:45 – The misunderstanding of Disruptive Innovation.

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

Speaker: Cory Skinner, Founder and CEO of FactR

In this webinar, Cory Skinner, Founder and CEO of FactR, will break down all of these new, innovative technologies and strategies that you can implement to mitigate historic challenges - and even teach you what NOT to do along the way! Register now! May 9th, 2023 at 9:30 am PDT, 12:30 pm EDT, 5:30 pm BST

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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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Overcoming Common Challenges to Disruptive Innovation

Harvard Business Review

While the concepts of disruptive innovation are well established, startups and incumbents alike continue to struggle with becoming disruptors. This article explores four common challenges that trip up efforts and offers strategies for overcoming them.

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A Recruiter’s Guide To Hiring In 2021

The economic disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused some active candidates to be more cautious. To make the most of this disruption, you need to understand the economic drivers, develop a strong strategy for unearthing valuable talent, and use the latest tech tools to get the job done.

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Future Focus: Constructing Unshakeable Stability in Your Manufacturing Supply Chain

Speaker: Jay Black, Senior Account Executive

Over the past few years, manufacturing has had to adapt to and overcome a wide variety of supply chain trends and disruptions to stay as stable as possible. We’ve all heard the buzzwords to describe new supply chain trends: resiliency, sustainability, AI, machine learning. But what do these really mean today?

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The 2023 Supply Chain Crystal Ball: Challenges and Solutions

Speaker: Olivia Montgomery, Associate Principal Supply Chain Analyst

Curious to know how your peers are navigating ongoing disruption? Procurement strategies in response to network delays and bottlenecks. The supply chain management techniques that dominated the last 30 years are no longer supporting consumer behavior or logistics and manufacturing capabilities. So what’s working now?