The Innovator’s Manifesto
Harnessing the power of disruption
Most people may think that innovation is a game of luck with no way to predict success. But it can be much more predictable than business leaders think.
Take the challenge of creating profitable growth. It’s a universal goal for managers, but how can it be created and sustained against entrenched competitors? And how can a company become a “disruptor,” achieving success at the expense of once-powerful incumbents?
One way is through Disruption theory – an innovation theory that explains how particular types of new products and services come to achieve success or even dominance. It’s about predicting what’s next and seeing if the theory is actually better than the alternative approaches.
Michael Raynor, a director with Deloitte Consulting LLP, tackled this topic head-on in his newest book, The Innovator’s Manifesto: Deliberate disruption for transformational growth. Contact us and explore these global Deloitte resources to learn more about using innovation to predict what’s next and achieve success.
The Innovator’s Manifesto: Deliberate disruption for transformational growth
Watch as Raynor discusses disruption and innovation on a recent video podcast.
|Growth and transformation strategies
Setting a clear target and identifying the right levers are keys to opening the black box and building the foundation for sustainable, long-term growth. Explore this dynamic collection of Deloitte U.S. member firm insights.
|The pharmaceutical innovation dilemma: Solving today’s R&D productivity challenge
Rising costs and declining output have increased pressure for life science industry leaders to justify the investment in R&D. This global collection of thought ware addresses multiple business areas and features a new Deloitte U.K. Center for Health Solutions and Thomson Reuters annual review of R&D returns in life sciences.
|Deloitte Review: Diversity as an engine of innovation
This Deloitte Review article uses impactful visuals and research to illustrate how retail and consumer goods companies find competitive advantage in diversity.
|Welcome to Canada. Now what? Unlocking the potential of immigrants for business growth and innovation
Deloitte Canada compiled all the insights, ideas, and recommendations from their second annual diversity roundtables into this thought-provoking white paper. Available for download in several formats.
|XBC: Creating public value by unleashing the power of cross-boundary collaboration
Web 2.0 technologies are revolutionizing the way we interact with businesses, governments, and each other. How can both the private and public sectors utilize these technologies to spur innovation?
|Innovating for a digital future
In developing the final paper in this digital leadership series, Deloitte U.K. and Spencer Stuart have combined their own knowledge with the perspectives derived from interviews with managers in technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) organizations.
Deloitte Perspectives blog: Deep diving for innovation
Bill Eggers, Global Director for Deloitte Research-Public Sector, blogs about a recent workshop helping the Victoria Public Service (VPS) design systems that gauge whether their innovation efforts are delivering results.