Blog 2017-10-26T13:28:36+00:00
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The Elastic Innovation Model

TL;DR  A quick overview of everything - The Elastic Innovation Framework (EIF). I know - its hard to see. Email me at Shahar@tinkermd.com and ill share the pdf with you. 1/ Know Rationale & Purpose The first step in Managing Disruption is to “be in the know”. Corporations and leaders must be [...]

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Disruption? Inconceivable! (or never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line)

Battle of Wits It always annoys me when people quote “inconceivable!” or “My name is Inigo Montoya…” from The Princess Bride. Not because those are bad quotes, but because I always feel they’ve missed the true gems in that movie. In the wonderful Battle of Wits scene, Vizzini, after being sure that he [...]

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Innovation and Disruption are not the same

In another epic scene - Miracle Max and Inigo discuss the distinction between MOSTLY dead and all dead: Miracle Max: He probably owes you money huh? I'll ask him. Inigo Montoya: He's dead. He can't talk. Miracle Max: Whoo-hoo-hoo, look who knows so much. It just so happens that your friend [...]

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Faster! – I thought I was going faster…

Over time I have had conversations with many different people about the theme of managing disruption and it always came back to the issue of “how do you make large corporation innovate faster, be more nimble, be more like start-ups, be less ‘siloed’?” So I decided to write this post. [...]

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To know (of all sources of innovation), because “a great artist can come from anywhere.”

To Know. To Bet. To Grow. To Select. To Realize. In the last post I wrote about the risk of being rigid and slow to react in face of  the growing rate of change. I suggested that organizations must first become aware of the existence and severity of the risk and then mitigate, [...]

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Death by Disruption – Managing the Risk

You are not immune to the risk of disruption The biggest source of risk for organizations today is their inability to react fast enough to relevant change. More and more companies and leaders understand: no one is immune to disruption; new needs, technologies, behaviors and inventions can, do and will [...]

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