Tag Archives: disruption

Choices in the rear view mirror

(featured image credit: Fred Langridge) A bad experience may look very different when it’s behind you. How bizarre! Imagine a multi-day public transport strike is called for next week. You can’t take time off, or work from home, and it’ll totally … Continue reading

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Uber and the four trade-offs of disruption

(featured image adapted from winnifredxoxo cc 2.0) The effects of disruptive innovation are more multifarious than they may seem at first sight On Wednesday evening 23 March, a few hours after the Westminster terrorist attack, a friend of mine wanted … Continue reading

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