Excited to look at 6 chapter worth of experiments and new models by C. Zook and J. Allen REPEATABILITY →
Authors build on the basic premise, complexity is the silent killer of profitable growth.
Our data shows simplicity, focus and mastering the art of continuous change nearly always trump strategies of radical change or constant reinvention.
In their second venture as author they bring a concise model, Iteration as the design principle to its “Triumph of Simplicity”. The book starts with “Great Repeatable Model” to adaptability , as a basic form to rapidly adapt and change without succumbing to complexity.
Spread over 6 chapters - 288 pages, is well edited and a very interesting read from Clay Christiansen model of disruption and change.
Further reading on this topic
- http://amzn.to/JwSF3v - Profit from the Core: A Return to Growth in Turbulent Times by Chris Zook.
- Disruptive Innovation - Clay www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5FxFfymI4g&sns=tw