This week’s podcast is about digital disruption. It’s a big and difficult topic for management teams. And it usually leads to discussion about innovation. Here are 2-3 frameworks for how to think about it.
Correction: I said Daily Mail in the podcast. I meant Daily Journal.
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Andreesen-Horowitz’s 4 Stages of Disruption
- Disruption of incumbent
- Rapid and linear evolution
- Appealing convergence
- Complete reimagination
My standard disruption questions:
- Impact: Is the impact on my 6 levels predictable?
- Probability: How how is it for management to hard to pull off this strategy?
- Why I Really Like Amazon’s Strategy, Despite the Crap Consumer Experience (US-Asia Tech Strategy – Daily Article)
- 3 Big Questions for GoTo (Gojek + Tokopedia) Going Forward (2 of 2)(Winning Tech Strategy – Daily Article)
- GoTo Is Going for an “Ultimate B2C Marketplace” in Indonesia. But Alibaba Couldn’t Do It in China. (1 of 2)(Winning Tech Strategy – Daily Article)
From the Concept Library, concepts for this article are:
- Sustaining vs. Disruptive Innovation / Clayton Christensen
- Andreesen-Horowitz’s 4 stages of disruption
From the Company Library, companies for this article are:
- Barnes and Noble
- Daily Journal
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