We may think that disruption is no longer the threat that it was pre-COVID. We can look at the digital transformations that have been thrust upon us - from remote working and collaboration to new technology, improved cyber awareness, openness to change and the strategic use of digital products - and think to ourselves - “job done”.
But disruption is a continuous process. It’s not that it is never ending - it’s that it is a replacement for what we once called “growth”.
Now, more than ever before, we need to consider our disruptive capacity as a strategic advantage. That means re-thinking the foundations upon which we build our business models, teams and processes. It impacts our technology decisions, human resources and talent and supply chains.
Our new blog post discusses the four lenses through which we can view the future of disruption
. Perhaps more importantly, the post provides current and future leaders with the language and fresh thinking you’ll need to grasp the opportunities that this new future presents.