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Decoding disruption for you

22 March, 2017
Disrupt or die...

Disruption hits all industries, from free newspapers, car sharing and low-cost telecommunications. We all know examples from Airbnb and Apple, but disruption is not just something from Silicon Valley; it happens everywhere.

Listen to an extract from Disrupt or die below and discover how you can turn disruption into a competitive advantage:

”Disrupt or die” is a guide to the challenges of digital management that many executives face today. The book guides business leaders safely through disruption and provides insights and vision on the matter with lots of examples.

Our CEO, Thomas Honoré is co-author of the book, and uses his many years of top management experience in the technology and consulting industry, including Columbus, to help other executives not just getting safely through disruption, but actually turning disruption into a business advantage.

“Disruption as a concept is not new. What is different these years is the pace of change, the greater scale, and that it’s all driven by technology. This means that any executive must have a plan for how they meet the digital opportunities and threats." 

Categories: Leadership, Disruption

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