This is the 5th post in this series on disruption. In this blog, I explore how innovations in new social technologies and arrangements can disrupt not only companies, but public organisations and even communities. For me, social technological disruption is the hardest to defend against.
This is the 4th post in this series on disruption. In this blog, I explore how disruptions may unfold over time. Disruptions can take a long time to build up. Then suddenly, there is an disequilibrium.
The meaning of disruption changes on whether you are disrupting or being disrupted.
In this post, I play around with the definition of disruption. Different kinds of disruptions, like technological, political or natural may have an effect on each other like falling dominoes
This is the 3rd post that draws from the research and advisory work I am currently busy with to strengthen South Africa’s technological capability to detect and better respond to discontinuous technological change. The citation information for this post is at the bottom of this post, and a link to the research report that I… Continue reading Technological change cycles
An important distinction can be made between architectural innovation and component-level innovation. The architecture defines the way different components or subsystems are organised and how they interact with other components. Often architectures themselves form part of even larger webs of architectures. Innovations at the component level, which is a physically distinct portion of the technology… Continue reading Technological architectures