Episode 17 of Leading Digital Transformation

Andy Binns Interviewed

The threat of disruption from smaller, more digitally savvy firms has motivated big corporates to launch efforts to build disruptors of their own. A few have succeeded, while many are wondering how to convert new ideas into new revenue. Andy Binns - an Executive Fellow at the Center for the Future of Organization, at Drucker School of Management - explains that most firms over emphasize ideation at the expense of two other innovation disciplines - incubation and scaling. He also elaborates on what they can do to correct that and accelerate the odds of success.

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Episode 18 of Leading Digital Transformation

Charlene Li Interviewed

A continuous stream of well-established companies is in decline and going out of business because despite their past successes, they’ve not been able to either defend themselves or orchestrate disruptive transformation in a way that allows them to thrive in the new digital economy. In this episode, Charlene Li – author of five books and Founder and Senior Fellow at Altimeter – shares her belief that more companies need to stop talking about disruption and start doing it. And she’ll share some ways to get started with that.

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