Change is necessary, even desirable, but when it happens so fast, it feels like it is happening to you, not for you. That’s scary. But it shouldn’t need to feel this way.
What Whitney Johnson has learned, having been an analyst on Wall Street, and co-founding an investment firm with Harvard’s Clayton Christensen, is that the framework of disruptive innovation, that we apply to companies, is, at a high level, a framework for managing change, beginning with the individual.
She’s spent the last five years researching and codifying a framework of personal disruption, so that whether you are scaling a business, trying to get your people to be more innovative, or just trying to manage your career you have a structure for doing this.
Tune in to Disrupt Yourself Live with Whitney Johnson on VoiceAmerica Business for stories from the front lines and practical tips on how to not only cope with but harness and ride the waves of change.