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Tom Goodwin



Average rating: 4.1 · 327 ratings · 41 reviews · 8 distinct worksSimilar authors
Digital Darwinism: Survival...

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“I wonder sometimes if we need the opposite to agile. We need sudden leaps forward and then periods of stability. We need systems and processes designed in tandem with each other. We need to leap to create brand new entities based on the latest thinking and software, and periods of calm where we change little. It’s a bold new way to think about change, it’s countercultural, but it’s interesting to ponder.”
Tom Goodwin, Digital Darwinism: Survival of the Fittest in the Age of Business Disruption

“The most successful companies today are the ones with the courage to challenge rules, who build themselves on different assumptions, who challenge the status quo, but do so based on the next paradigm, not the last. It is companies who hope to survive by making small incremental changes that now lose out to the ones that bet big on radical innovation and change.”
Tom Goodwin, Digital Darwinism: Survival of the Fittest in the Age of Business Disruption

“The key way to think about power in the home was that it had many phases. First, an era of people discovering and refining a technology so that it could be used. Then a period when it was only for the rich, when its possibilities were hard to recognize, when we added power to old items to improve their functionality. Finally, a period when the technology plummeted in price, became far more accessible to all, but above all else, this was when new items were created around the potential of the technology.”
Tom Goodwin, Digital Darwinism: Survival of the Fittest in the Age of Business Disruption



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