How Individuals and Firms Thrive in an Increasingly Disruptive World
Our innate desire to feel a sense of belonging has a dark side. While its healthy and productive to form mutually beneficial and diverse relationships within our organization we may also become ”so cliquish that we refuse to look beyond our borders and think poorly of other cultures or ideas,” writes Disrupt Yourself author Whitney Johnson. Thus we are less likely to grow and to innovate, she believes. That collective effect then to make companies and industries myopic, she concludes. That can happen to us, as individuals as well. Whitney shows how the S-curve of growth can enable you to picture the path of innovation.

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