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Innovating in the Disruptive age

It is not a question of Digital age,but of Disruptive age°: ie the focus must be on the fact that we live in a phase…

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Negative aspects Listening to Customers (instead of enable them)

Listening to Customers, in times of disruption, has more negative aspects. < see “Smartness is elaboration of information in real time – the need to…

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Forrester Predictions 2019: the problem of analyzing a disruptive situation with a non-disruptive mentality

From “Forrester ● Predictions 2019 Transformation goes pragmatic” “Companies dreamed big in response to external pressures from evolving and escalating customer demands (…) “ “But…

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Disruption is a quantum leap that can not be predicted with statistics

Disruption is a quantum leap that can not be predicted with statistics. We must not incur the common error of the incumbents: evaluate the future…

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The new direction of the innovation (in particular for the Automotive)

In the future there will be a leap in the evolution of the Automotive, which means that most of the current predictions will prove to…

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Not only less Cars: radically different City Vehicles

It is necessary to realize that it is not just a question that there will be less cars in circulation. But above all, most of…

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The failing approach of the “innovation” of urban Mobility

In reality, to change – innovate – mobility is a non-sense to use a “traditional” approach. Are non-sense (among other points): ● “incentivize” users to…

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The real innovation of Urban Mobility

Today we try to develop an innovation of Urban Mobility (and to create Mobility as a Service) with a wrong approach. The fact is that…

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The wrong Elements of Disruptive Innovation

I read the following tweet: Elements of Disruptive Innovation: 1) Sophisticated technology that simplifies 2 ) Low-cost innovative business models 3) Economically coherent value What…

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The misunderstanding on: “low-cost” is disruptive innovation

The Principles of Disruptive Innovation, ie the radical innovation necessary to succeed on the market today, are often interpreted in the wrong way: this error…

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