Disruptive War Gaming: A Critical Tool for Today’s Innovators – Part 2

Radiocasts | November 2, 2016 by Bonnie D. Graham

The buzz: Shall we play a game? (Joshua, in WarGames, 1983 film)

Successful Fortune 500 companies anticipate—and often invent—the future before their competitors do. Why? They know that anticipating industry disruptions is predominantly a creative act.

Their secret weapon? Competitive “war gaming” exercises that generate solid defensive strategies and innovative offensive growth strategies to help them proactively foresee new services, products, and business models. Whatever your company’s size, maturity and industry, you, too, can benefit from designing, running and experiencing a disruptive war gaming session. We’ve got insider tips for you. Ready?

The experts speak.

Bryan W. Mattimore, Growth Engine Company: “Mortal danger is an effective antidote for fixed ideas.” (Erwin Rommel, German military commander, 1891 – 1944)

Christopher Bishop, improvising careers: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic.” (Arthur C. Clarke, British science fiction writer, futurist, inventor, undersea explorer, TV series host, 1917 – 2008)

Join us for Disruptive War Gaming: A Critical Tool for Today’s Innovators – Part 2.

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