Consider this simple yet powerful idea: disruptive companies and ideas upend markets by doing something truly different—they see a need, an empty space waiting to be filled, and they dare to create something for which a market may not yet exist. As president and co-founder of Rose Park Advisors’ Disruptive Innovation Fund with Clayton Christensen, Whitney Johnson utilized the theory of disruptive innovation to invest in publicly traded stocks and private early stage companies.
Schedule some time this week to learn from Whitney, author of Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work, as she shares how the framework of disruptive innovation can apply to individuals and companies alike. Whether you are a self-starter ready to make a disruptive pivot in your business, a high-potential individual charting your career trajectory, a manager looking to instill innovative thinking amongst your team, or a leader facing industry changes that make for an uncertain future—you will be sure to benefit from this hour-long exclusive webinar.
We are living in an era of accelerating disruption—managing the S-curve waves of learning and mastering is a requisite skill. Maybe your revenue growth is peaking and you need to reinvent. Perhaps innovative thinking among your management team has stalled. Or even possibly industry changes are making the future uncertain. Whatever the case, if you want to be successful in unexpected ways, you must follow your own disruptive path.
Dare to innovate. Do something astonishing. Disrupt yourself.™
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Join Bonnie and Becky Robinson on September 11th at 1 PM ET to explore the dynamic of office politics, how women can use the tools in the political toolkit to become politically savvy, and what companies can do to help support women in the workplace. Learn more and register here.