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Disrupters are now going directly to consumers with products that compete head-on with incumbents.
Christensen’s Theory of Disruptive Innovation offers insights in an age of big data and tech growth.
Solving complex problems with crowdsourcing means tailoring the crowd to the problem’s scope.
Partnering with both intrapreneurs and external startups enables companies to accelerate innovation.
The most memorable experiences are suffused with emotion — not extra features or value for money.
Unlike the housing bubble, the effects of a bursting AI bubble wouldn’t cause great harm.
Cognitive speed bumps in AI design can prompt users to engage in reflective thought.
It’s time to embrace the idea that companies can create without destroying.
Thousands of emerging innovators in China pose a threat to established multinationals.
Businesses that make and sell products that replicate human connection are serving a deep need, but they may also be changing social norms in ways that can’t be reversed.