The New Yorker: Battle Of The Strategy Titans

“Thus disruption is a symptom, not the underlying disease. This is why the theory of disruption by itself offers no cure. To get to a cure, we have to follow Roger Martin’s thinking to get to the root cause of the problem: discarding the goal of shareholder primacy and replacing it with the goal of… Continue reading The New Yorker: Battle Of The Strategy Titans

The New Yorker: Battle Of The Strategy Titans

“As Roger Martin says, the theory of disruption has helpfully created an awareness about a phenomenon that deserves attention: there is a tendency for incumbents to keep on exploiting a technology that works for their economic structure, but no longer for customers. But the theory sheds insufficient light on the question of how do you… Continue reading The New Yorker: Battle Of The Strategy Titans