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Managing Partner of Spark Partners, growth strategy consultancy. Leadership and Strategy blogger for Forbes magazine (http://bit.ly/daGSIM) columnist for CIO Magazine (http://bit.ly/dxA0d3), contributing editor for the International Journal of Innovation Science (http://www.multi-science.com.uk/ijis.htm) author of "Create Marketplace Disruption: How To Stay Ahead of the Competition" (Financial Times Press, http://amzn.to/bNxHr2)
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We understand why companies become locked-in to outdated business models that generate poor growth and sub-standard rates of return. We know how to help all companies overcome obstacles in order to enter, and create, growth markets that produce above-average rates of return. Read more about case examples on
my blog at Forbes.com http://bit.ly/daGSIM
The Phoenix Principle
Businesses that follow best practices from the last 3 decades are doomed. To succeed, like Google and Apple, you have to do all planning around the future - and forget about core competencies. Focus on competitors to learn about market shifts and listen a lot less to customers who have no idea what's coming.
Be Disruptive internally and in the marketplace. And give people permission and resources to do new projects that violate your old Success Formula. Also blog on Forbes.com at http://bit.ly/daGSIM
Create Marketplace Disruption
Old approaches to business management cause companies to Lock-in on core competencies, technologies, market segments and products. Optimization causes the businesses to miss market shifts, leaving them obsolete and failing. Like GM. But there is a new approach that changes planning to focus on future
scenarios, while deeply studying competitors to identify market shifts that opens the organization to behaving disruptively then creating growth in sales and profits through projects that have permission to operate outside old traditions. This new approach, The Phoenix Principle, is rarely followed, but works every time. Without fail. It is totally predictive and successful All managers need to read this book if they are to lead their organizations successfully out of this recession.
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