The Age of Disruption
It is tempting to dismiss disruption as yet another business fad, but nothing could be further from the truth. Disruption is going force thousands of healthy large companies into the history books because they suffered from complacency and a naive confidence that they could not possibly find their business threatened by an innovative group of twenty-somethings with no capital.
So how should we adapt and change in the face of unprecedented disruption to the world of work? The Economist’s management editor Adrian Wooldridge explains how disruption will have an impact on the future of economics and work.