09 November 2016
The Disruption Dilemma
2016, MIT Press, 176 pages,
Reviewer: David Lancefield, Partner, PwC
Business is littered with the word ‘disruption’. Overly-used and misunderstood, it has lost its meaning and caused too much anxiety and paranoia, argues Professor Joshua Gans of the University of Toronto. Anything that involves change or innovation falls under the disruption umbrella. Everyone should be disruptive. As result, there are too many distractions, and mistakes. And the source of…
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