How to disrupt your way to the top

The best businesses set out to destroy their own business models, writes strategy consultant David Dirks. Disruption hurts only when it's done by other people, Dirks argues, so tearing up the rulebook and starting over is often a sound strategy for getting an edge on your rivals. "It's about understanding that disruption is good for you, but bad for your competition," he writes.

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