The strategic conversation in most companies has shifted from cost-cutting to growth and expansion. But how do companies get out of the ""survival mode,"" identify the right new products and services, and motivate employees to create real competitive advantage?
In today's rapidly changing, hyper-competitive, disruptive world, Bill Taylor, founder of Fast Company, argues that companies that do the same old things, make only incremental changes, and demonstrate ""me-too"" thinking get left behind. Future success requires standing out from the crowd, being radically different ‹ and fundamentally changing the game. Listen to his ideas on how to become ""practically radical.""