By Philippe Silberzahn
This e-book unravels the mechanisms of disruption, explains why nice businesses fail, and proposes concrete how one can flip disruptions into opportunities.
Its key message is that this: Failure within the face of disruption isn't because of an absence of creativity, restricted assets, or a resistance to alter. Failure is the accidental outcome of using “good” administration practices. the answer to luck lies in enhancing those practices and this publication will let you know how.
An perfect creation to the subject, A Manager’s consultant to Disruptive Innovation is full of attention-grabbing case reviews and anecdotes of corporations confronted with disruptive innovation. This ebook deals you:
•A deep perception into the workings of disruptive innovation
•Actionable steps to guard and nurture disruptive projects
•Practical feedback to remodel your company’s administration practices to develop into extra innovative
Philippe Silberzahn distilled years of study, consulting, and event right into a guide for handling disruptive innovation. A former entrepreneur, now a professor at EMLYON company tuition, Philippe has taught in engineering and enterprise colleges, together with Ecole Polytechnique, HEC Paris, Solvay and EPFL. As a expert and administration educator, he works with huge businesses suffering from disruptive innovation. he's the writer of 5 books on entrepreneurship and innovation and diverse articles on those topics.
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A Manager’s Guide to Disruptive Innovation: Why Great Companies Fail in the Face of Disruption and How to Make Sure Your Company Doesn't by Philippe Silberzahn