A problem well-stated is half-solved.
Clayton Christensen, the father of disruptive innovation, says, “you can’t start a disruptive business from inside an incumbent one.” The incumbent business will always take the resources from the disruptive one. He argues that if you want to create a disruptive business you need to isolate it from the incumbent business. The disruptive business needs its own values, processes and resources to be successful.
A piece of art called Milla Jovovich #la_Biennale
We Had No Idea What Alexander Graham Bell Sounded Like. Until Now.
Source: SoundCloud / brainpicker