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Creative Disruption

Author : Simon Waldman
ISBN : 9780273760047
Genre : Business & Economics
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There’s been a change in the rules. Digital technologies are having a profound effect on business and industry. They’ve ripped up traditional business models and have created both opportunities and challenges for businesses in the 21st century. What are you going to do? How will you ensure your business not only survives, but thrives on the digital revolution? In Creative Disruption, Simon Waldman shows you how new businesses and new entrepreneurs have emerged, and how they’ve capitalised on the new physics of business. Looking at businesses that have faced these challenges, such as Encyclopaedia Britannica, Kodak, IBM, HMV and the turn around of Apple, he explains why you need to have a strategy and how to make sure you have a sustained process of re-invention. This change isn’t going to be quick and it isn’t going to be easy. But if you want your company to survive, you have no alternative. What is creative disruption? What does it mean for the business world? How is the digital world going to change what you do? In this accessible and highly engaging book, Simon Waldman gives you the stories of what’s worked, and tells the tales of those things that failed. Explaining why this big problem needs big solutions, he’ll show you what your company needs to do, to survive: Transform your core business Find big adjacencies Innovate at the edges Defining the problem is helpful, but, solving it is what counts. Creative Disruption will help you do just that.
Category: Business & Economics

Creative Disruption How New Technologies Are Reshaping Our Lives And The Economy

Author : Jitin Nair
ISBN : 1980877408
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Since the Great recession that happened in 2008 the world has been slowly recovering, but the recovery has not been as strong as expected. World over the productivity growth has been declining, world is struggling with climate change and the inequality has been increasing. This triple strike has meant that old ways of doing things in the economy need to change. A new economic paradigm needs to evolve. This new economic change; 'Creative Disruption' is being brought by increasing adoption of new technologies. Three massive convergence of technologies in the field of communications(ICT), transportation & Logistics and Energy is changing and reshaping our lives. With in-depth analysis of new emerging technologies like IOT, Genomics, Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Robotics, AI and Big data, this book reveals how the life might be in the coming future. This is a part of the three sets which talks about how it will affect our economic structure. The next two will talk about how it will affect our education system and how it will affect India. It is a must read for those interested in knowing about our economic future.

The Interventionists

Author : Nato Thompson
ISBN : UOM:39015059164148
Genre : Art
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Art that is exciting, politically provocative, unexpected, inspiring, and fun, by artists including William Pope.L, Krzysztof Wodiczko, the Biotic Baking Brigade, and others.
Category: Art

International Perspectives On Business Innovation And Disruption In Design

Author : Robert DeFillippi
ISBN : 9781784716646
Genre : Business & Economics
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The third volume of the International Perspectives on Business Innovation and Disruption book series focuses on the role of design innovation in transforming industry practice. An international cast of scholars and practitioners examine how design innovation is impacting the creation of new business models, innovative forms of service delivery, multinational innovation practices, the role of aesthetics and psycho-spatial dynamics in fostering innovation, and the types of design capabilities found in the most innovative businesses worldwide. Theoretically, many of the chapters focus upon design thinking and conceptualize design as a user centered, empathic and participative practice that allows diverse stakeholders to creatively contribute to business innovation.
Category: Business & Economics

Wittenberg Meets The World

Author : Garcia & Nunes
ISBN : 9780802873286
Genre : Fellowship
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Proposes creative implications of the 500-year Reformation tradition for today As the global church assesses the legacy of the Lutheran Reformation, Alberto Garcia and John Nunes in this book reimagine central Reformational themes from black, Hispanic, and other perspectives traditionally at the margins of catholic-evangelical communities. Focusing on the central theme of justification, Garcia and Nunes delve into three interlinked aspects of the church's life in the world--martyria (witness), diakonia (service), and koinōnia (fellowship). They argue that it is critically important and vitally enriching for the whole church, especially Eurocentric Protestant churches, to learn from the grassroots theological emphases of Christian communities in the emerging world.
Category: Fellowship

Marketing Greatest Hits Volume 2

Author : Kevin Duncan
ISBN : 9781408175736
Genre : Business & Economics
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Hard on the heels of the popular Marketing Greatest Hits comes volume II, the definitive compendium of everything you need to know from the best minds in modern marketing - abridged, condensed, and ready for immediate action. As well as saving hundreds of hours of reading time, the reader is able to grasp ideas with pithy accuracy, explain them authoritatively to colleagues and, crucially, avoid being hoodwinked by those who claim to understand a concept when in fact they have got the wrong end of the stick. 40 books are summarised in six short chapters, one-minute summaries, and one-sentence summaries to give an immediate feel for the subjects. All the wisdom forms an intriguing 40-point manifesto to inspire your approach.
Category: Business & Economics

The Great Disruption

Author : Adrian Wooldridge
ISBN : 9781782831310
Genre : Business & Economics
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Based around a compilation of his popular Schumpeter columns, Adrian Wooldridge takes a look at the forces that are disrupting today's fast-moving business world. The disruption has many causes: the internet's rapid spread; the challenge from emerging markets in innovation and manufacturing; clever management techniques that are forcing companies to rethink strategy; robots advancing from the factory floor into the service sector; and much more. These developments are shaking business and social life to its foundations, producing a new set of winners and losers, and forcing everyone to adapt and change. The Great Disruption explains: - The forces that are disrupting today's business world, and the management gurus that predicted them. - Who are the winners and the losers, and how institutions have tried (and often failed) to change. - How classic management problems, such as talent management, distribution, and outsourcing persist, but with a new twist. - What the future holds for companies, universities, competition and society. It also reminds us why Joseph Schumpeter's ideas about creative destruction are particularly valuable today.
Category: Business & Economics

Create Marketplace Disruption

Author : Adam Hartung
ISBN : 9780132703857
Genre : Business & Economics
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Master the #1 Principle for Long-Term Market Dominance! The Phoenix Principle “Create Marketplace Disruption is as thought-provoking as it is entertaining. Adam Hartung offers business managers and leaders new insights to long-term success that apply across markets and industries.” –Steve Burke, President, Comcast Cable Communications, Philadelphia, PA "Talking innovation is easier than practicing innovation. Adam offers an excellent approach for corporations to identify how to innovate to gain competitive advantage. A must read.” –Praveen Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Innovation Science and Chairman, Accelper Consulting, Schaumburg, IL Some companies can’t change in response to market disruptions. Those companies die. Other companies do respond...eventually. They survive, but they see their profits squeezed, their growth flattened. Then,there are the long-term winners: companies that create their own disruptions and thrive on change. In Create Marketplace Disruption, Adam Hartung shows how to become one of those rare companies, creating lasting growth and profits. This book reveals why so many companies behave in ways that are utterly incompatible with long-term success...and why even “good to great” companies are struggling for air. You’ll discover how to reposition your organization away from the Flats and Swamps of traditional Defend and Extend Management and back into the Rapids of accelerated growth. Hartung demonstrates how to attack competitors’ Lock-ins, make their Success Formulas obsolete, and create the White Space needed to invent your own new formulas for success. Create Marketplace Disruption shows how disrupting yourself is critical to reaping the benefits of market changes, and part of a process that executives and strategists can reproduce over and over again for improved results. How we got into this mess—and how to get out of it The myth of perpetuity and the dark side of success Reinventing success: no more Defend and Extend Creating your new Success Formulas and keeping them competitively advantaged Why “thinking outside the box” doesn’t work First, get outside the box. Then, think! Maintaining ”The Phoenix Principle” for long-term success Practicing Disruption until it comes naturally
Category: Business & Economics

Contemporary British Queer Performance

Author : S. Greer
ISBN : 9781137027337
Genre : Psychology
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This book examines queer performance in Britain since the early 1990s, arguing for the significance of emerging collaborative modes of practice. Using queer theory and the history of early lesbian and gay theatre to examine claims to representation among other things, it interrogates the relationships through which recent works have been presented.
Category: Psychology