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Brady Mick, Architect, Workplace Strategist, & Client Leader, BHDP Architecture

The increasing complexity of today’s work requires creative solutions to drive results. Yet, while business beats the drum for innovation, traditional organizational structures stand in the way of achieving success. Although an essential component in many business operations, traditional management systems limit creativity, squander time and isolate skilled people from contributing ideas crucial to business growth.

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Derek Ting, CEO, TextNow

Everyone is talking about disruptors – companies or individuals that are identifying a gap in an industry and filling it in a new or unique way. This is the very nature of business success since the beginning.  Still, people always ask me if I set out to disrupt the traditional wireless business when I first thought about creating my company, TextNow.  The truth is that sounds cooler than the reality.  Here are some lessons I’ve learned as all the cliché terms – “tech CEO,” “millennial CEO,” and “wireless industry disruptor”:

the ceo magazine, innovation,
Chuck Saia, CEO, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory

Disruption isn't just a buzzword. It's a legitimate concern on the minds of the executives I meet with.

There are a lot of reasons organizations can be disrupted—innovation, technological advances, policy changes, to name just a few. But if executives can foster a culture of courage and alter their strategy, there’s an opportunity to change the business model and the path forward. Organizations can take proactive steps and not only avoid being disrupted, but also become the disruptor in their industries.

That’s exciting.

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