The Anti-Blockbuster Way: Disrupt Your Business Rituals Before Someone Else Does
Yet paradoxically, there’s no better time than in the midst of routine to disrupt business as usual by coming up with an apparently wild idea that thumbs its nose at every entrenched wisdom your company holds dear. Along the way, you might stumble across a random slogan that transforms your industry’s future.
Considering what is now going on with Live TV I thought this quote was pretty relevant. While the article The Anti-Blockbuster Way: Disrupt Your Business Rituals Before Someone Else Does from Fast Company doesn’t talk about how someone was the first to turn the iPad into a fully functioning TV, themes of challenging long established systems are talked about. I also liken this article to one of my points that I made almost a year ago at the How to Build Great Products: Insights conference. Point number 2. Roadmaps should have a strategy to cannibalize your own product. You can never rest on success, business and individuals need to always push forward in challenging the common view. If you don’t someone else will.