Disruptive innovation is now a fact of life in most industries. Entrepreneurs and established businesses alike are challenging incumbent companies by creating paradigm-changing new products, services, and business models that supplant existing products, markets, and value networks. Disruption challenges traditional business paradigms, but it often also brings with it opportunity. The question to address for any business entity: is its board adequately equipped to anticipate, address, or take advantage of disruption?
Stacy Baird, TRPC Consulting Director, co-authors a post on how corporate boards can harness and leverage disruption to their advantage. Read the full article here.
This article is part of the series, the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance by the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum.
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