Disrupted or Disruptor?

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When iGrafx called to say they wanted to investigate the nature of disruption, the conversation could hardly have come at a more timely moment. The enthusiasm and number of respondents told us that disruption is an issue that many of us are thinking about. The importance of these topics has captured the imagination of respondents from all over the world, giving us a broad cross-cultural perspective that we weren’t expecting when we began the survey.

Report highlights:

  • The extent digital transformation has affected organizations
  • What do people expect from their efforts at transformation?
  • How do people measure the success of their actions?
  • Is technology growing to become more important than people in an organization?

Regardless of the buzz word chosen - transformation, disruption or innovation - it’s crucial to consider your projects in the context of your business processes, and ensure that you can measure current and future business impact. Ideally, you will be ahead of the wave, you will be the disruptor and in generating positive ROI and you will become the disruptor of your industry.

The alternative? You risk being Blockbustered.