What does it take to transform your limitations into assets?
Find out by listening on-the-go to Episode 92, This week we had our own constraint – Pam was sick with laryngitis. So it was fitting to transform our limitation into a an asset by revisiting our conversation with guest Whitney Johnson, the leading thinker on driving corporate innovation through personal disruption. She is also the author of the critically-acclaimed book Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work.
Whitney co-founded Rose Park Advisors, a boutique investment firm, with Clayton Christensen, and was an Institutional Investor-ranked analyst for eight consecutive years, including at Merrill Lynch. She and her work have been been covered in The Atlantic, BBC, CNN, Fast Company, the Guardian, Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, and more. (see more in Whitney’s bio below).
- How changing the way we think about constraints can actually increase our options
- How constraints increase focus and improve decision-making
- Three immediately useful ideas for turning constraints of all kinds to your advantage