I'm pleased to be involved with a new book, tentatively titled; “Phantom ex machina: Digital disruption’s role in business model transformation” to be published by Springer in late 2016.
The book will explore the factors that make digital disruption possible, the effects of digital disruption on existing business models, the industries that are most susceptible to disruption and what executives can do to take advantage of disruption to re-invent their business model.
As we know, the business barriers to entry are lessened and this is quickly eroding long established businesses, which has led to business models that struggle to compete with innovative approaches to using technology. So this book is targeted at business practitioners, entrepreneurs, senior leadership, managerial and administration teams and anyone interested in understanding how to guide corporate strategy and operate competitive businesses.
Editors Anshuman Khare, Rod Schatz and Brian Stewart lead the initiative with contributions from over 30 business and academic thought leaders from around the world.