In this issue, which focuses on innovation, we offer an intriguing article on a new form ofinnovator, the network idealist. You may be somewhat familiar with the network idealistconcept because of what they do: for example, Craigslist, the free online classified adservice, competes with newspapers; Kazaa, a file-sharing service, upended theentertainment industry; Skype, a voice-over-internet telephony service, worries thetelephone industry; MoveOn, revolutionized US political funding; and Linux, aprogrammer network, developed a software system that now threatens mighty Microsoft.
Intro Table of contents Editor's letter The networked idealist's advantage Transformational innovation From breakthrough to value creation Leadership: experience is the best teacher Consumer decision process modeling: how leaders can better understand buyers' choices How the balanced scorecard complements the McKinsey 7-S model Disruptive scenarios Four futures: privacy battles and chatty networks Value pioneering - how to swim in your own ocean Using experience to teach yourself Quick takes.
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Print version: Randall, Robert Disruptive Innovation! A Special Report