News and Articles About Disruption
When upsetting the status quo, remember that consumers are characters, and their settings are all the context you need.
Let 2017 be the year you take new risks, make bold decisions and find new ways to transform, innovate and disrupt.
How a one-employee startup turned a traditional industry upside down.
Their idea: a company that takes out the middleman and simplifies the reselling process.
Leader-caretakers aren't prepared to navigate their people or companies through the age of disruption. To stay competitive, you must outpace change.
False assumptions of "rules" are often where great ideas go to die.
Retail giants eliminate middlemen at every possible step, and small businesses have the opportunity to do the same.
Change has always been part of business, it just happens faster now.
Double-entry accounting was invented at least a 1,000 years ago. Big changes are long overdue.
Disruption is not just the fate of complacent industry giants, as one disgruntled customer proved by growing a multi-million dollar laundry business.
Entrepreneurs know that innovative ideas and products keep their businesses afloat, but many invest in such lengthy development processes that their innovations never see the light of day.
Elliot Weissbluth, founder and CEO of HighTower, was once an outsider to the finance industry. Now, he's a figurehead.
Consider the big-wave surfers on Northern California's Pacific Coast. They're rarely unprepared for the biggest swells that come their way.