Experts tend to be notoriously wrong in their assumptions, especially regarding the impact of new technologies. So don't focus your strategy or innovation efforts on their perception of what the future will or won't look like.
What? Somebody doesn't like my great idea? How can that be? But it will happen - and you need to be prepared to accept it. Here are some practical tips on how to do so.
Lessons on the competitive advantages of creativity can be seen from Google to Monet. Author Chad Cooper takes a scientific approach to how knowledge and experiences fuel creativity.
What lessons can you learn about handling disruptive innovation? Author Jeffrey Baumgartner uses several examples from the photography market to highlight successful strategies for dealing with this increasingly common phenomenon.