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"I have studied disruptive innovation for more than two decades. Here, McQuivey offers insights about disruption--and about the accelerating pace of disruption--that I truly hadn't understood before. This is a very important book about what tomorrow holds in store; it shows us both what will happen and how to address it. I recommend it enthusiastically." --Clayton Christensen, professor, Harvard Business School, and author of The Innovator's Dilemma
“As James McQuivey says, ‘Digital disruption is not only a possibility for your company’s future but the only possibility.’ Once you accept that premise, decisions that previously seemed courageous or outrageous will instead appear to be rational and inevitable. James offers a road map for business leadership in the digital age that is thoughtful, inspiring, and liberating.”—Baba Shetty, CEO, The Newsweek Daily Beast Co.
“There is a powerful change happening in the way we consume and process information. It’s a democratizing force that is drowning out the oligarchy of media who have told us what’s important and what to think. It is incumbent upon all of us to master this new method—and to take the power into our own hands. James’s book is an important step in that direction.”—Cory Booker, mayor, Newark, New Jersey, and co-founder, #waywire
“In Digital Disruption, James McQuivey persuasively demonstrates how to shift your mind-set by thinking and acting ‘disruptively’ in order to drive radical change to best meet the future needs of your consumers."—Markus Dohle, chairman and CEO, Random House
“As McQuivey vividly shows, advances in hardware and software have totally changed the way we do business and the way we live. This valuable book helps business leaders join this accelerating revolution and transform their relationship with customers.”—Kevin Rollins, former CEO, Dell, Inc.
“Technology disruption used to affect other people, not you. No longer. This is a frightening and useful manifesto about how the rapid changes in technology are going to overturn every corner of the world as we know it—and how you can take advantage of that.”—Seth Godin, author of The Icarus Deception
“Many Fortune 500 companies that existed three decades ago are now gone. If your company is to survive the next decade, read this book ASAP to learn how to innovate faster, better, and cheaper—or else, you will succumb to digital disruption.”—Navi Radjou, coauthor of Jugaad Innovation and From Smart To Wise
"In his new book, James makes a compelling argument to think beyond change for change's sake and instead focus on giving customers what they truly want. This book is a must-read for anybody who wants to succeed in the next era of consumer technology."—Jim Lanzone, President, CBS Interactive
“James McQuivey issues a provocative mandate for business—disrupt yourself or be victimized by legions of innovators with widespread access to low-cost digital technologies. He not only describes the digital disruptor’s handbook, he provides many examples on how disruptors create deeper, more sustaining connections with customers. The book is both smart and practical.”—Scott E. Howe, CEO and President, Acxiom
“Disrupting healthcare as an industry has become a national imperative. Forrester’s book, brilliantly analyzing the anatomy of disruption, is just what the doctor should have ordered.”—Roy Shoenberg, MD MPH, CEO/Founder, American Well
James McQuivey is a vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research and the leading analyst tracking the development of digital disruption. He comments regularly in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal and has contributed to the websites of the Harvard Business Review, The Economist, and Forbes. He also appears frequently on news outlets like CNBC and NPR. McQuivey lives in Needham, Massachusetts, with his wife and the four youngest of their six disruptors.
Good book here. A little repetitive but I find most all business books are this way. Good content and applicable concepts to modern marketing.Published 6 days ago by Joshua M. Rowland
An absolute must if you are to survive in business over the next 5 years. The magnitude, scale and pace of this disruption surpasses anything most of us have seen in our lifetime. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph T. Logan
Clear comparisons between the winners and losers in business and industry going forward.
But, more importantly, describing the clear differences in how the winners in... Read more
The examples of innovations enabled by digital resources were sound, but seemed limited. Too much of the book was based on the authors experience or a few cases and, so, fell short... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Windblst
Digital tools allow digital disruptors to come at you from all directions—and from all ages, backgrounds, and nationalities; your competitors probably won’t come from within your... Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Gibbs
Into computers for many years,
I have found the book interesting.
*Yes, the book makes you think where
we are and where we are headed!
Very easy to read and go through inviting you to be part of this business era breakthrough. If you are involved on process changes or improvements you should read this book!Published 7 months ago by Enrique Gonzalez
This book is a must read for businesses that still want to be around in 10 to 20 years's time.Published 8 months ago by JD Oosthuizen