Disruption is everywhere: it presents both great opportunities and significant threats.Do you know how to shape your strategy to respond?What if you had a game plan to navigate disruption?
The Disruption Game Plan presents a tried and tested framework to help senior leaders think differently about disruptive trends and emergent risks, and to act differently when making decisions; joining up thinking on innovation, risk, sustainability and strategy.
By revealing how we can more effectively deal with challenging business environments, it shows you how to go beyond a short-term, fire-fighting response, and instead set out to ‘change the game’.
This practical and easy-to-read book is supported by online content including videos, models, tips, blog posts and much more on www.disruptiongameplan.com
I had a chance to read ARC of this book and it has some thought provoking moments when you start working on your company’s Disruption Game Plan. This plan is a framework that guides any company leader to create a new way to engage teams in innovation, support move outside comfort zone and drive team’s engagement in creativity and disruption. There are different stories that support suggested concepts and it is easy to read through. Important of all is the encouragement to put the knowledge into action.
Easy to read and packed with insights and stories. Thank you!
Will help forward thinking Boards and Business leaders embarking on building a sustainable game plan.
Clear concise well thought out framework so relevant for the VUCA world!
Having supported change & transformation projects, Ruth and Eleanor keep it real and get the balance right with practical advice, insights and “connected” thinking on innovation, risk, sustainability and strategy to help you put that game plan into long term action. The advice embodies some crucial leadership skills and mindsets required for a post Covid World.
This is a powerful book – do not underestimate how much it will challenge the strategic thinking you might have on disruption, innovation and risk which can make it feel hard at first. But like most approaches that will lead to useful and tangible change, if you stick with it, you will reap the benefits. It’s packed with practical and detailed guidance and stories, illustrating how to make the Game Plan work for you and your organisation