From startups to established market leaders, many companies today are taking advantage of disruptive forces to produce new products, become more efficient, or demolish barriers to entry. The web is a good example of a disruptive force, but subtler forms of disruption such as new tools or a fresh take on old ideas can also give your business a much needed boost.
In this ebook, Q. McCallum and Ken Gleason take you through several disruption examples and provide a framework to help you spot a disruption opportunity in the wild. Whether it’s applying an existing technology in a new way, creating a new business model or market segment, or launching a value network that invites other companies to provide resources or consume your service, this ebook will guide you through the discovery process.
- Look at two major disruptions from the 1990s that businesses now take for granted
- Explore how successful businesses such as Uber created market niches by mixing several technologies in clever ways
- Learn eight ways to spot disruption opportunities, including underserved markets, sources of waste, and artificial barriers to entry
- Dive into detailed examples of disruption today: the cloud, predictive analytics and machine learning, multi-sided markets, and self-publishing
Table of contents
- Understanding Patterns of Disruption
- Title: Understanding Patterns of Disruption
- Release date: January 2018
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781492027218
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