As innovative competitors keep emerging, you and your leadership team may be wondering what it will take to be “the disruptor and not the disrupted.”
We’ve seen that the most successful CEOs and top leadership teams are not just disruptors in their businesses; they’re disruptors in their own careers as well. They’ve internalized that integrating professional growth with business growth is foundational for creating lasting legacies of value.
That’s why in this “Quick Take” book pairing episode, we are featuring our views on two very different classic best-selling business books: The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clayton M. Christensen and Disrupt Yourself by Whitney Johnson. We share how, taken together, these two books can complement each other in guiding you and your company to be “the disruptor and not the disrupted.”
We need to recognize opportunities as they are emerging, and be be willing to stay with them to grow the company. – Pam Harper
This week on Growth Igniters® Radio:
- What impacted us about Clayton Christensen’s finding that companies can be upended when they become overly attached to their success.
- Our take on applying principles from The Innovator’s Dilemma as you lead in your own business
- What impacted us about Whitney Johnson’s research on applying concepts of disruptive innovation to personal and career growth
- Find out about Pam’s keynote address at Pam Harper Speaks
- Book: The Innovator’s Dilemma: The Revolutionary Book That Will Change the Way You Do Business by Clayton M. Christensen
- Book: Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work by Whitney Johnson
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