Lead And Disrupt: How To Solve The Innovator's Dilemma, Second Edition
ISBN : 9781503629523
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Lead and Disrupt: How to Solve the Innovator's Dilemma, Second Edition
Review "In an unprecedented way Lead and Disrupt unveils the secrets of ambidextrous leadership and the power of company culture as competitive advantage. A must-read for every leader aiming to build an enduring enterprise."-Erik Ceuppens, CEO, Marlink Group "This book will do for companies what the Lean Methodology did for startups-give its leaders the essential playbook for how to transform your organization to meet the future."-Steve Blank, author of The Four Steps to the Epiphany: Successful Strategies for Products that Win "Lead and Disrupt is a must-read for any legacy company or startup. Disruption is a constant, and companies must have a passion for growth in a volatile world. This book gives you a framework. The concepts around ideation, incubation and scaling are fresh and well documented. More importantly, I have seen them work in companies large and small."-Jeff Immelt, former Chairman and CEO, General Electric "The concepts and ideas in Lead and Disrupt provided valuable guidance for how we approached the transformation of AGC. It helped us understand how to implement ambidexterity and deal with the disruption our business is facing."-Takuya Shimamura, Former CEO and Chairman, AGC (Asahi Glass Company) "O'Reilly and Tushman address eloquently and practically the universal problem leadersof mature organizations face-of how to maximize an established business while simultaneouslyembracing disruptiveinnovation to buildthe future business. This book will be your wisdom-filled companion as you re-shape your business."-Alex Freudmann, Managing Director, Dan Murphy's, Melbourne, Australia Product Description Fully revised, this second edition offers a proven strategy for using ambidexterity to build discontinuous growth for mature organizations, and the flexibility to adapt in fast-changing environments. Why do successful firms find it so difficult to adapt in the face of change
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