Can companies disrupt themselves? This is discussed in this article as well as the idea of leveraging capability and capacity in new ways.
Can a company actually disrupt itself? I often say that businesses must disrupt themselves (before someone else does) to survive. The fact of the matter is: very few companies have actually successfully disrupted themselves. Instead, most successful companies "disrupt adjacencies": they leverage their existing assets to expand into new, high growth markets.
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