Digital disruption is increasingly seen as an inevitable force that every industry leader needs to not only plan for but embrace. Whether you are currently a leader within your industry or a newcomer who holds just a small piece of the pie, a disruption strategy (if you have the appetite for it) could put you ahead of your competitors in years to come. You need only ask yourself which side of the disruption paradigm you want to be on.
It’s not often that we come across a book, a concept or an idea which resonates with us as deeply as did Charlene Li’s latest book, The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform While Others Fail. Li is both precise and persuasive in proposing a mindset and an approach which enables leaders to thrive in the current climate of digital disruption.
She helps us to understand the impact a disruption strategy has on leaders, employees and other stakeholders. Li also provides useful advice to ensure the successful implementation of a disruption strategy. She takes on a topic which for many may seem overwhelming and provides both clarity and an implementable blueprint to transform not just organizations but entire industries.