Disruption

The future of work

Insights from our community In August, we had many conversations, attended events and read widely about the future of work. This is not a new topic; what is new is that leading organisations now have answers and experiences to guide others. A recent McKinsey post starts “Work is changing. Digital communications have made remote work…

The Age of Mobility

Insights from our community 3 trends for work, workforce and workplace I’m sure you’d agree that the iPhone (first released in 2007) represents a great example of innovation in the modern era. The years since (for both the iPhone and Hargraves which launched in 2006) have been ones of unprecedented change and disruption. Recently, our…

Disrupting Innovation Beliefs

A customer centric approach to business-model innovation I recently came across a great article from the team at McKinsey and it really got me thinking about how business can tap into its customers as a source of innovation. In the article by Marc de Jong and Menno van Dijk, they talk about companies reframing their…

To Disrupt or be Disrupted

    The topic of ‘disruption’ is often foremost in conversations. For many of the leaders we work with, disruption is a challenge. They are well versed in what’s required to continually improve and even make step changes in their offerings to their customers. However, while being truly disruptive to the products and services they…

Is your organisation capable of being disruptive?

The Hargraves Step Change Commercialisation Group discussed the topic “How to develop a step by step process for radical change that can be incorporated into a Portfolio Management Approach that balances today’s requirements with future viability”. Two case studies were presented. Cochlear How does Cochlear bring about disruption to their product offering by using a…

Disrupting your way to success

Extract from Step Change Commercialisation Workshop  28 members and guests attended the video conference held in the Griffith Hack CBD offices in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. With presentations of 10-15 minutes, questions and then a general discussion during which the attendees were asked to nominate 2-3 lessons that they would take back to their organisations….

Why bother with Step Change/Disruptive Commercialisation Projects when Day to Day Stuff is easier to do?

I’ve been privileged to work with organisations where substantial (step) changes have had to be achieved either from a product/service offering or from a business model perspective. Therefore it has been fantastic to sit in on the Step Change Commercialisation Group and these blogs will summarise their findings and my perspectives on these findings. Why…

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