Sooner or later, most companies will need to reinvent themselves in response to disruptive market shifts, technologies, or start-ups. But can a new business model quickly replace all the revenue an incumbent has lost to market upheaval? Only in rare instances, say the authors.… Read More

Innosight was treated to a glimpse of a potential future for one of the world’s biggest industries at a recent Friday Forum lunch with Jamie Heywood, co-founder of, the breakthrough social networking and data-sharing site for people with chronic diseases.… Read More

2012 has not gotten off to a great start for Eastman Kodak. Three of the company’s directors quit near the end of last year, and word recently emerged that the company was on the brink of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The easy narrative is that Kodak is a classic case of a company […]… Read More

To mark the passing of one of the world’s all-time great innovators, some of the leaders of Innosight are reflecting on what Steve Jobs taught the world. He leaves as his legacy a set of lessons about innovation that will continue to inspire us for generations to come. These are just eight of the main takeaways […]… Read More

In this BusinessWeek piece, Mark Johnson discusses what it means when electric cars cross a key barrier of price-performance.… Read More

Remember how after Chemical Bank launched the first Automated Teller Machine in the 1960s, waves of bank branches shut down? And remember when banks went online, how waves of local bank branches shut down? Oh wait. In both cases the new technology ended up augmenting, rather than replacing existing channels. This isn’t unusual. Despite bold […]… Read More