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Patterns of Disruption Case Studies - Deloitte

Patterns of Disruption Case Studies - Deloitte | technology | Scoop.it
Disruptive innovation doesn't just happen at random. History shows that it’s possible to identify specific patterns of disruption—disruptive strategies that, when combined with certain marketplace trends, can topple industry incumbents.

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knucklesbrain's comment, January 22, 11:56 PM
wonderful
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Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy. Here's How and Why

Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy. Here's How and Why | technology | Scoop.it
Lacking inspiration today? Trying too hard to come up with unique ideas that the world has never seen? Here's an angle for you: 'steal' other people's and put them together in a way that you and only

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, April 9, 2014 8:17 PM

This is an interesting perspective, for sure, provided in this article. I think many things are stolen, and it's hard not to do it, in some instances. Coming up with something totally unique and original is tough, even with writing blog entries! But there is  some validity to it, and it applies to content strategy as well. I have an article that I'm writing that will hopefully be coming out soon that will address this issue--with a twist--in the near future.  Stay tuned for that! In the meantime, read this and see how this is an important concept to grasp. 

--techcommgeekmom