Garage Gigs for Growth (#3) There are different types of Innovation. Australia for years now has been obsessed with Company Innovation, working to make things more optimised and efficient in an effort to drive costs lower. Finding new ways to take labour out of the product and service offering has been a national sport. […]
David and I discuss my book Xcelerate as well as disruption, business model innovation and change.
FAST-Hacks for Disruptive Strategies When Amazon decided to acquire Wholefoods and plunge into bricks and mortar food retail… When Netflix decided to invest billions in becoming a content creator instead of just a distributor… When McDonald’s Australia launched McCafe in a world first… When Starbucks moved from coffee wholesaler to retailer… When IBM moved from […]
I was very pleased to be a guest on David Frizzell’s Team Guru podcast. We talk about the difference between Disruption and Innovation with lots of examples.
Garage Gigs for Growth (#5) This weeks Garage Gig for Growth provides a framework for understanding the difference between different disruptive innovation growth strategies. It’s a powerful way to think about your growth strategies and the potential for future competition in your market. Disruption and innovation are overused terms and often mentioned together as […]
Apart from the usual strategic fare on offer on the retro chalkboard – there is also a ‘fun’ moment when I disappear offscreen. Hey – they aren’t Garage Gigs for nuttin’. This episode of Garage Gigs for Growth helps you look at your strategy work in the context of three different approaches to growth. There’s two […]
Reverse Disruption… I had a great time talking with these two savvy and generous media folk. As we all know its a jungle out there in business (ha) and we must adapt faster for the future. Hope you enjoy this 18 minute chat on some different angles on disruption – including “reverse disruption”. […]
The perilous path of perpetually plummeting prices…. ok ok – there is such a thing as tooooo much alliteration The ebbs and flows in business are leading to higher high-water marks in service and lower low-water marks on price. I ordered a journal on line two weeks ago and it took three weeks to come. […]