Social distancing has renewed consumer interest in high-touch, full-service business models.
How to harness sensor data to generate new value and revenue for traditional products and services.
Mohan Subramaniam and Mikolaj Jan Piskorski
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, traditional education models were poised to be disrupted.
Michael B. Horn and Karen Dillon
To ensure success, entrepreneurs need to create two business plans: one for disruption and one for cooperation.
Joshua Gans and Karen Dillon
Amy Webb outlines the 11 sources of change that could disrupt your organization.
Amy Webb and Paul Michelman
The current pandemic presents an opportunity for creativity to rethink skills development, worker protections, and health care.
Rita Gunther McGrath and Paul Michelman
Swarm systems draw input from individuals and use algorithms to optimize system performance in real time.
Mark Purdy, Ray Eitel-Porter, and Max Klymenko
Amid pandemic-driven market changes, opportunities await organizations that proactively adjust their business strategies.
Michael Wade and Heidi Bjerkan
Pharma’s existing model may be a liability in the race to develop drugs and vaccines to combat COVID-19.
Markus Scholz and N. Craig Smith
Think you’re aware of the forces that might disrupt your company? Your lens may be far too narrow.
Collisions between innovators and existing players are forcing executives to rethink their strategy.
Marco Iansiti and Karim R. Lakhani
Tinder’s entrance into the dating app industry was a literal game changer.
Niloofar Abolfathi and Simone Santamaria
Auto companies or tech companies can’t develop winning mobility offerings on their own.