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New Disruption Study: How entrepreneurship is driving corporate reinvention

startup innovation inspiring corporate transformationWith the inevitable rise of entrepreneurship and startups driving customer innovation, incumbent companies have begun adopting some of their techniques to either catch up or really stimulate transformation within the enterprise.

A recent report by BPI Network called “Start-Up Innovation: Inspiring Business Transformation,” examines the impact of digital disruption on global enterprises and markets.

The research report is based on an online survey of more than 250 enterprise business leaders and innovators across North America, Europe and Asia.

Any business that has not yet been totally disrupted by the existence of the internet will be

The internet, arguably the greatest invention of all time, is just starting to shape our world. New ventures are dreamed up every day to take advantage of it’s power, and legacy businesses are being disrupted because of it; the business world has been reshaped and redrawn since the inception of the internet.

What does this disruption look like? Here are a couple of clues…

Disruptive innovation theory in 15 tweets

What is disruption? Many believe that disruption is innovation. Truth is, what many believe to be disruptive really isn’t. First of all, nobody deliberately sets out to be disruptive; it happens after the fact.

To bring some clarity to the subject, Marc Andreessen wrote up a tweetstorm where he explains Clayton Christensen’s disruptive innovation theory in 15 tweets:

Innovation must reads of the week: How to find the best innovators in your company

 

 

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Innovation must reads of the week: How to be the ‘disrupter’ and not the ‘disrupted’

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