From Fear to Understood

According to passiton.com and brainyquote.com (see I’ve done my research, the internet never lies, right?) Marie Curie said “Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood.” For those of you who are not right up on Curie, she was a scientist who discovered the chemical element now on the periodic…
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They’re mad as hatters

To you and me the disrupters are as mad as the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland. And you could be led to believe we all live in Wonderland. Not true. Only some of them are. Then there are the ones that large smart investors back. A couple of years back I went to an…
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Develop disruptive capability

You want to be the best in your industry. The leader. The disrupter. Maybe you just want to think like a disrupter so you can understand the risk industry disruption poses to your organisation. No matter the reason, there is a question of capability. You see, thinking like a disrupter is a mindset. And for…
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Attack the uncertainty of disruption

There is an adage that attack is the best form of defence. I’m very sure it applies when it comes to disruption. Last blog I asked if disruption disturbs or excites you and your colleagues. I also gave you some ammunition so you could scare your colleagues into action if that is what it takes…
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Does it Disturb or Excite You?

Does industry disruption disturb or excite you? Before you answer, consider this. Innovation is not disruption. Disruption is much, much, much bigger. Disruption turns an industry on its head. It creates massive shifts in markets, in how work is done and even if it is done. Last blog I wrote about that feeling of being like…
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