Disruption is not just for high-tech or new businesses. Disruption happens when another business or entrepreneur hits your market with a better version of your product or service. If you’re not thinking ahead, chances are someone else can find a faster, easier, cheaper, or more convenient way of accomplishing what you offer. Every business is vulnerable to disruption---unless they can disrupt first.
In his two-day program, Disruptive Innovation, this June, Hari Nair will introduce the toolkits you can use to thrive in an environment of constant disruption, and in doing so pull ahead of the competition.
But first, what is disruption? And how can you spot it in time to act?
Here Hari Nair introduces three ways to understand disruption, so organizations can see disruptive trends in advance, and build their strategies accordingly.