Facing existential disruption from overwhelming market forces, these four companies recognized the need to change, and made the right calls to thrive in a post-digital world.
Business model innovation requires courage, patience, and a new approach. In this issue, we explore how others succeeded at that goal, and share expert advice on responding to market shifts.
If you want to create a business primed for innovation, you have to adopt a growth mindset, says Bionic CEO David S. Kidder.
DTX’s Tim Armstrong sees new business models emerging from improved data transparency. When consumers own their data, he argues, the internet can become a safer and more profitable environment for both consumers and brands.
Organizations that want to respond to market changes should start by acknowledging the strengths of their existing culture, then think past next quarter, says Lean Startup’s Eric Ries.
As she re-launches Gleem, P&G brand manager Maggie Chang explains how she approaches the opportunity to create a startup atmosphere inside a large company.