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Disruptive change requires disruptive thinking. How about lagging change? The disruptive idea shall come anyway. You cannot delay or stop it. You better think of it before it overwhelms you.

Disruptive change requires disruptive thinking. How about lagging change? The disruptive idea shall come anyway. You cannot delay or stop it. You better think of it before it overwhelms you.

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  • Dear Ali, I agree. Cause and effect concept is very useful in solving problems. I also agree that we have not to jump to short cut answers!
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  • @AliSadeddin
    Thanks, Ali. Your point is right, but also care should be taken so as not to ask few questions only. If we take the fishbone approach for identifying root causes of problems we realize there exists no truly short cuts as well.
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  • I agree with you Ali, but the subdividing of questions should be to a limit that will not distract the main idea we are thinking about. If the questions concentrate our thought on the idea, then it will be very effective.
    However, thinking in one idea with a lot of sub questions, may lead you to different ideas which may be also useful to mankind. but for sure it will not useful to solve or implement the first main idea!.
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    Thanks dear ah_livia for your comment and highlighting what slides you liked most. This is a helpful feedback. Thanks
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  • Ali Anani,

    Your entire presentation was a learning opportunity for me. I took the most away from your examples on slides 19-22. Very memorable :)
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Disruptive change and thinking Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Disruptive change and thinking
  • 2. Dr. Rod KingI dedicate this presentationto you for you intensified myinterest in disruptive changeThank Y ou
  • 3. Disrupt:T hink theU nthinkable to SparkTransformation in YourBusinessLuke W illiams
  • 4. The disruptive idea shall comeanyway.Y can not delay or oustop it.Y better think of it oubefore it overwhelms you.Ali Anani
  • 5. Likewise; disruptive negative ideas
  • 6. Points of destructive Birth ofvolcanic idea new idea
  • 7. Change is not equalS ome changes are laggingS ome changes are fast and theirtides overwhelm us
  • 8. For businessesIncreasing rate of Acceleration Increasedchange of product momentum adoption Change of direction of business
  • 9. We are moving fromlagging change toaccelerating change
  • 10. Going from the valley
  • 11. Make you suffer from oxygendeficiency The faster you go, the more suffering you face
  • 12. The rapidity of change requirespreparing for it
  • 13. Modern technology makesthe trip fast
  • 14. Disrupt the familiar into unfamiliarStrawberry flavored drinks areuseful as a substitute for lipstick
  • 15. Study the mountain and its subsetsStudy the product and its components
  • 16. Study the product (the mountain)Study the hill(the partialproduct)Study the grains(the components)
  • 17. The last thing fish think about is water
  • 18. And sometimes the last thing producers knowis the other uses of their products
  • 19. Customers develop uses that producersare unaware of
  • 20. Simple products are proof of that such as bakingsoda and even tissue papersIt was users who uncovered may uses other thanwhat manufacturers intended them for
  • 21. And remember fast changes bringnew disruptive needs
  • 22. What will change if we providefaster service?Clients shall want quicker serviceRapidity brings the need for evenmore rapid service
  • 23. MDs, for example, do not have time toread brochures.Show updated brochures on iPads- theyare visual and you may highlight changes
  • 24. Beware of stress associated with changeKeep your thoughts and feelings positive; elsethe change dilemma Present Future
  • 25. Feeling Behavior toThoughts Change
  • 26. Disruptive change requires disruptivethinkingIt is better to ask fractal questions- theanswer becomes the question on manylevels
  • 27. Change your perspective to generate newideas