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Monday, February 15, 2016

Domains of extraordinary Disruption ?

humanistic ---------------------------------------  mechanistic

Creative: In this case the organisation itself is the disruptor. For instance, when new start-ups disrupt established players.

Transformational: These disruptions are planned and internal. An example would be a company turnaround.

Reputational: These disruptions are unplanned and internal. Examples include fraud cases, misconduct, management conflict and product safety problems.

Hostile: These disruptions come from an external source. Examples include cyberattacks, activist investors and hostile bids.

"Large disruptions can move from one category to another. Each type of disruption will require a different style of leadership."

Source: Boards in Challenging Times: Extraordinary Disruptions.

My source:
Chynoweth, C. Crisis? No, it's an opportunity, Business, Sunday Times, 7 February 2016, p.12.

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