Monthly Archives: August 2013

Here we fly again…disruptive innovation in the airline industry again.

Southwest airlines has been very successful developing a business model that turned the entire airline industry on its head.  Now we are seeing other airlines follow suit, like Jet Blue, who by the way, recently introduced “lie flat” seats to attract the more affluent fliers. I really like Clayton Christensen’s theory of “disruptive innovation” because an industry…Continue Reading…

Business model innovation, when was the last time you checked the pulse?

Rita McGrath recently said “I’ve been researching what allows companies to be successful even when their competitive advantages are short-lived – a phenomenon I call transient advantage”.  Transient advantage means to do something different when your competitors catch up to you. In other words, when the market is over crowded with tons of folks providing…Continue Reading…

Is Your Strategy Flexible and Agile Enough to Compete?

Strategy and innovation are critical elements that are prerequisites for companies as they compete for market share, maintain their current markets or are seeking to expand their markets.  Strategy should be worn as a lose garment that is flexible and agile to allow companies the ability to respond quickly to changes in the business environment….Continue Reading…

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