Disrupt: Learning From the Usually Ignored and the Not So Obvious

luke_williamsAt the World Innovation Forum in NYC, where ExecuNet exclusively reported, Luke Williams, an expert in innovative and disruptive thinking who specializes in the development of new brands, compared the current business climate to the weather, “where it’s getting exponentially harder to get an accurate view of what even the near-term future will look like.”

Williams noted how businesses rise and fall faster than ever before. He cited how just five years ago, the global smartphone market was dominated by three players, none of which are today’s market leaders – Samsung and Apple. “The speed of this change is unprecedented,” Williams said. “It’s getting harder to get an accurate view of what the future’s about.”

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