Disruptive Innovation

The Power Of Technology In Preparing For Brexit Uncertainty

Milko Van Duijl | Posted 08.09.2017 | UK Tech
Milko Van Duijl

The UK workforce is witnessing first-hand how quickly the political landscape can impact a business from one day to the next. The social and political events of the past 12 months have been turbulent to say the least

Can You Spot The Next Big Digital Disruptor?

Alex Comyn | Posted 04.08.2017 | UK Tech
Alex Comyn

'Disruption' is one of those phrases, isn't it? An annoying buzzword that's already entered into cliché. A word that makes you want to switch off. But however grating the term, the big digital disruptors of the day are transforming how we live and work.

Microsoft To Launch Agile Ageing Open Innovation Challenge

Ian Spero | Posted 04.05.2017 | UK Tech
Ian Spero

In an unusual show of unity, Innovation Leads for IBM, Intel, Microsoft and other major corporations, will join forces with the European Space Agency, European Commission and representatives from various UK Government Departments in London next week.

Be Disruptive In Your Daily Life!

Keith Grinsted | Posted 10.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Keith Grinsted

There are a set number of hours and minutes each day, and you cannot change that. But, you can change how you use those hours and minutes. You have control, so use it. If you want or need to make changes in your life, you can. But as I have said above, you must make the effort.

The Industrial Strategy And Support For Disruptive Innovation

Dr David Kingham | Posted 01.03.2017 | UK Tech
Dr David Kingham

The government has a tricky challenge ahead with their new Industrial Strategy. The Prime Minister recently said, "The modern industrial strategy will back Britain for the long term: creating the conditions where successful businesses can emerge and grow, and backing them to invest in the long-term future of our country."

The Emotion Led World

Nick Gold | Posted 22.02.2017 | UK Tech
Nick Gold

If we, as consumers, are being led by our emotions and what works best for us as individuals, then it follows that companies need to start playing to their strengths, and working out how best they can gain our emotional connection.

How the Small Guys Can Help the Big Guys

Karen Blackett | Posted 19.01.2017 | UK
Karen Blackett

At the end of WW II, John Maynard Keynes famously suggested that the best way to get the UK economy going would be to ask the Americans to bomb factories in the UK "at an hour when the Directors were sitting there and no-one else" because "how else are we to regain the exuberant inexperience which is necessary, it seems, for success".

Storming Corbyn - Why We Desperately Need Disruptive Leaders Like Jeremy Corbyn

Neil Gibb | Posted 13.09.2016 | UK Politics
Neil Gibb

Jeremy Corby may not last long as leader. But then neither did the Apple II, Palm Pilot, or Black Berry. A far more interesting question is what will his passion, energy and radical ideas unleash, not just in his supporters and natural allies, but in a generation who have now been woken up to the idea that change is possible?

Collaboration and Empowerment: New Styles of Leadership for a Digital Age

David Lancefield | Posted 04.06.2014 | UK
David Lancefield

Letting go of the past is all the more important if your company is a mature business, where the baggage of the past can impede necessary change...

Bankbuster - Why Banks Have to Embrace Mobile Technology

Michael Nuciforo | Posted 06.03.2012 | UK
Michael Nuciforo

Banks have been tossing around with the idea of mobile banking like a hot potato for years. Stuck in an endless debate about what to do with it, how to best roll it out, and what benefits can it deliver, it has often been passed from the ownership of one senior executive to the next.