Artificial intelligence, cyrptocurrency, 3D printing, cyber security, healthcare informatics, robotics, blockchain, bitcoin, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things. These are the concepts that are probably bombarding your newsfeeds and are the innovations that fall under the umbrella of disruptive technologies.
Harvard Business School Professor Clay Christiansen coined the term ‘disruptive technology’ in 1997, defining technologies and strategies that force the way businesses or entire industries operate to change, or risk losing market share or becoming irrelevant.
While larger businesses are focused building and maintaining existing products, disruptive companies slip in the backdoor and target overlooked customers with new products, gaining a foothold into an established market- effectively interrupting the status quo, and forcing larger companies to accept the changes.
From finance to government, energy to telecommunications, healthcare to transport, it’s hard to imagine an industry that doesn’t have a niche for tech innovation to disrupt.
How will disruptive tech change the face of your industry?
Masterly has identified the 3 technologies that are anticipated to drive massive economic transformations and disruptions in the coming years, and is delivering the information on how these technologies could transform your life, your business, and the global economy through the following course curriculums:
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