Cultivating Disruption Without Being Disrupted [Article]


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Disruptors — no matter who they are — may not be the people you look to for motivation. But, more companies are encouraging the role of “disruptor” over being “disrupted” within their organizations. Jane Hiscock, President, Farland Group, understands this balance can be difficult, and explains how you can embrace disruption without compromising your business.

While your company might very well end up holding the patent to the future, it can’t be at the loss of valuable team players – the ones that keep the engine running as the disruptors experiment.

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