Next Concept: The Confidence Bubble
The Technology Effect
For the past 25 years, we have become combined the concept of disruptive innovation, the rapid technological change, and the constantly changing ascent and descent of organizations from the pinnacle of industry leadership into into a pre-occupation with assigning technological innovation the central role in determining a company’s success or failure. The result is that 41% of CEOs now think of themselves as “innovation pioneers,” a self-assessment that is now 52% higher than it was in 2013. Tellingly, another 37% see themselves as “fast followers” who are quick to adopt innovation new innovation. Technological innovation is no longer the differentiator it once was percieved to be.