Embracing Disruptive Innovations: Organizational Challenges

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

This is a topic I am quite familiar with having lived through it at different times in my career as well as being a subject I often discuss in seminars. Often, the management team does not assign a senior enough executive with the proper skills to nurture an emergent business opportunity with small near-term revenues and a promising but unpredictable future. In early August I participated in a strategic planning meeting in the Boston area.

Disruptive Innovations and Organizational Change

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Over the last few years I have given a number of seminars on Technology-based Business Transformation. In these seminars, I examine how companies can leverage disruptive innovations to go after new business opportunities or to significantly transform themselves. The seminars are generally organized into three section. For both the Internet and Linux efforts we set up a relatively small virtual organization to coordinate the activities across IBM.

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Disruptive Innovations and Organizational Change

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Over the last few years I have given a number of seminars on Technology-based Business Transformation. In these seminars, I examine how companies can leverage disruptive innovations to go after new business opportunities or to significantly transform themselves. The seminars are generally organized into three section. For both the Internet and Linux efforts we set up a relatively small virtual organization to coordinate the activities across IBM.

What is YOUR history of online facilitation?

Nancy White

Link here , or SCoPE_ Seminars_ Online Fac. Online, that meant among others, Peter and Trudy Johnson Lenz , Jessica Lipnack and Jeffrey Stamps (for their virtual team pioneering work), Lisa Kimball and the folks at Metanet , Liz Rykert , Howard Rheingold and all of the hosts and facilitators at Electric Minds (old and newer), The Well and the myriad of other communities I have belonged to. In just over a week I’ll be in Ft.