Business Disruption

Something profound is going on
Something profound is going on

Something profound is going on Think about some of the fastest growing and most innovative companies and what makes them different: Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles....

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Disrupting the restaurant industry
Disrupting the restaurant industry

Ipad & co. are replacing computers Back in 2010, a few months after the iPad’s release, Steve Jobs predicted that tablets would eventually overtake PCs. Now, according to updated figures...

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A business world of rapid change
A business world of rapid change

In Formula 1 pit stops have been evolving for decades There's an adage in the Formula 1 racing that races are won in the pits. But it hasn't always been...

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Business disruption is sweeping
Business disruption is sweeping – World of rapid change

Understanding business disruption and how to deal with it is a key task for management A decade ago business disruption was the rare exception – now it is a reality...

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Digital disruption comes to the taxi industry
Digital disruption comes to the taxi industry

Digital disruption are changing the landscape Disruptive technologies are changing the landscape now and into the forseeable future. The taxi industry has been ripe for disruption for decades. But only technology...

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Brick and mortar music stores hit by streaming services
Brick and mortar music stores hit by streaming services

Fallen in the age of iTunes, Tidal, Spotify and Apple Music The web has already disrupted plenty of industries - now the time has come for many brick and mortar...

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Change can no longer be controlled
Change can no longer be controlled

Many companies change management approach attempts to control change Many company’s change management approach attempts to control change. They attempt to manage risk, resist change or control the direction of...

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The next disruption from iPad
The next disruption from iPad may well be the restaurant table

In 2010, Apple introduced the iPad. The company did not invent the tablet. It reinvented the tablet and in the process reinvented the personal computer. Now the iPad has become...

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Disruptive change forcing bricks and mortar to charge fees

Stores suffer from “browsers” Disruptive change is sweeping bricks and mortar and many stores suffer from “browsers” – consumers who visit shops to compare goods, only to return home to...

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