203. Why do great companies fail? Innovator's Dilemma part 1 May 15, 2024

Why did successful companies like Kodak and Blockbuster miss the digital revolution?

Listen to this episode to learn why corporates ignore threats posed by start-ups until its too late.

In this episode, you will learn key lessons from  The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies...

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202. The opportunity is NOW May 08, 2024

There is a gap between when a technology gets invented, and its wide adaption.

In this gap, is exactly where the best opportunities lie.

Listen to this episode to learn why we are in the time of opportunity, and how to make the most of it.

You will learn:

  • What the path that electricity took...
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201. What can lawyers teach tech founders? May 01, 2024

Today, less than 10% of Fortune 500 companies are considered to be tech companies.

We are still at the beginning of the tech opportunity.

You don’t have to be a technologist to benefit from this rising tide.

If you work in professional services and wondering which client niche to...

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200. Five lessons from building Tech for Non-Techies Apr 24, 2024

Five years ago, I was selling tickets to my classes for $20 on Eventbrite, and today, my company works with governments, corporates and successful leaders around the world.

I have taught my course at London Business School, Oxford and Techstars and written for the Harvard Business Review.

On this...

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197. Six ways to innovate Apr 03, 2024

While most of us agree that innovation is a “good thing,” we don’t actually agree on what it is, or how to do it. 

Listen to this episode to understand what innovation really is, and why you're already an effective innovator.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The two...
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196. Why ALL businesses depend on open source software Mar 27, 2024

Did you know that 90% of the internet depends on free licenses from open source software?

But what happens when those licenses stop being free?

Listen to this episode to find out.

You will learn from Paula Paul, Founder and Distinguished Engineer at Greyshore, who also serves also serves on...

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195. Intrapreneurship vs Entrepreneurship Mar 20, 2024

Today, start-ups are seen as the hotbed of innovation and corporates are dismissed as laggards.

But, when large companies innovate successfully, they have a huge impact. They have the resources and the built-in customer base to scale quickly.

In this episode you will learn how corporate...

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194. Lessons from the Post Office scandal Mar 13, 2024

The Post Office scandal led to 900 wrongful convictions and four suicides.

It is now known as the worst miscarriage of justice in British history.

It happened because Post Office leadership did not know how to deal with glitchy software.

In this episode, you’ll learn how not to repeat...

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191. How generative AI is changing the legal industry Feb 21, 2024

Large Language Models and Generative AI are going to have the biggest impact on word heavy industries.

This means that the legal industry is on the brink of major changes. This will affect how lawyers work, what clients expect and the future profits of the industry.

In this episode, you...

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190. Competing in the Age of AI Feb 14, 2024

Hype about generative AI is everywhere, but much simpler AI models have already changed entire industries. 

By learning about how AI has already changed business, we can make predictions about what's next.

In this episode you will learn key lessons from Competing in the Age of AI: Strategy...

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188. How is AI disrupting your industry? Jan 31, 2024

If you want to prepare for AI disruption, learn from the music industry.

The music industry was the first to be dragged through digital disruption in the early 2000s. Fortunes were made, and lost, as CDs gave way to streaming. 

Lessons from the music industry are perfect to help you...

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187. What's wrong with Design Thinking? Jan 24, 2024

The Design Thinking market is growing and Logitech's ex CEO Bracken Darrell credits it with increasing shareholder returns 10 times. 

But, Design Lead Caoimhe Kelly believes Design Thinking doesn't fully encompass what a designer does.

She says that to invent a new product or launch a...

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