What we think
At Disruptors Co, we sit at the forefront of the ever evolving ways of tech and business.
Here, we reflect on the constant change at play, and offer tech positive thought leadership for innovators.
COVID-19 is one of those events that should not have come as a surprise for the people whose task it is to evaluate policies relating to global shock events. For those who shape and make effective policy that outlines how companies respond to these events, we’ve been here before.
As we bid farewell to a tumultuous 2021, and crash into an already challenging 2022, one could be forgiven for thinking that the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, and its associated chaos, will remain the biggest global challenge for years to come.
Last week, we introduced you to the jewel in the mindSHIFT crown: the mindSHIFT toolkit. This week, we look ahead to how you and your organisation can activate your very own mindSHIFT, and the structures that’ll help you get it done.
Over the past few weeks we’ve introduced the idea of the mindSHIFT in our regular blog posts. We’ve talked about the thinking behind the concept, and outlined the three primary disruptions of the mindSHIFT era.
When dealing with a volatile and uncertain future, it pays to adopt a growth mindset – adapting to change and seizing opportunity.
If 2022 is about getting back to normal, we need to first consider the three disruptions of mindSHIFT era – to effectively plan ahead.
Anyone who has been locked down, or unable to see family and friends as a result of the pandemic, is looking forward to connecting with people again. While the…
The pandemic has been a time of unexpected innovation for many organisations. Without warning, the digital transformations that many of us have been championing found new pathways and momentum.
Innovation trends and resilience – presentation slides from a meeting in September 2021.
We’re here to refresh your memory on the best practices for online meetings, and give you some of the best tips we’ve learned while running a number of our events and workshops online.
We used to plan for the “future now”. But forward thinking organisations are considering the Future VOW. This article examines the trends.
When you’re engaged with a problem space, it can become difficult to separate the core problem from its symptoms. We shares some approaches to help you focus on the problem, not the idea.