How can your company be the disrupter – and not the disrupted?
Find out by listening on-the-go to Episode 84. Scott and I discuss how companies of any size can be game-changing disruptors by redefining their place in the competitive environment.
In this episode, you’ll gain insights on:
- An often underestimated way to discover emerging opportunities
- The secrets to developing a “game-changing mindset”
- Three immediately useful ideas for changing your game faster
Pamela S. Harper is the Founding Partner and CEO of Business Advancement Inc., a strategic growth advisory firm based in Glen Rock, NJ. For more than 20 years, Pam has applied her gift for finding the hidden opportunities in every situation to helping clients in entrepreneurial, mid-market, and Fortune 500 companies across 30 industries create hundreds of millions of dollars of value in both top and bottom line growth.
Prior to founding BAI, Pam skyrocketed into the ranks of management by taking a progressive series of newly created organizational development positions is companies ranging from mid-market to Fortune 500 across multiple industries, all undergoing dramatic change and growth.
Pam has been quoted in, featured in, or written articles for prominent business media including Business Week, Investor’s Business Daily, Chiefexecutive.net, CEO.com and other major media. Her book, Preventing Strategic Gridlock, has been used as a text in universities around the world.
D. Scott Harper, Ph.D., is Sr. Partner with Business Advancement Inc. Throughout his career Scott has devoted himself to understanding why things work the way they do, and how to apply those insights to create new value. Scott helps clients sift through complexity and take full advantage of opportunities by discovering the hidden side of everything.
Before joining BAI in 2010, Scott held a succession of increasingly accountable innovation positions in the consumer healthcare industry. Since then, he has been published and quoted in prominent business media outlets including Chief Executive Magazine, CEO.com, CEO World Magazine, and the IndUS Business Journal.
Resources for This Episode
- Read New York Times article: G.E., the 124-Year-Old Software Start-Up
- Visual illustrating the virtuous cycle for changing perspectives to change the game
- Listen to Growth Igniters Radio episode 56: Using the Power Of Improvisation to Boost Organizational Momentum
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