Hlubi and Gareth are joined in studio by lawyer entrepreneurs Kyle Torrington and Andrew Taylor, who are changing the way we source and pay for legal advice through their innovative online business, Lexnove. They talk together around the challenges of facing the entrepreneurial lifestyle after both working in law firms, as well as some of
On Future CEOs this week, we talk Innovation, innovative leaders, organisations, and cultures, and how to create an innovation movement (#Innovment) with Mr William Mzimba, CEO of Accenture South Africa; Joy Turnbill, Director of AngelShack (winners of the Accenture Innovation Masters Apex Award category); and Zanele Monnakgotla, Former Chairperson – South African Innovation Network (SAINe);
Hulu, iPhone, and Prius didn’t come to market because their creators asked status quo questions. They didn’t happen because somebody began a meeting with “Who has an idea for improving the industry?” or “How are we going to increase sales?” Those innovations exist because disruptive, transformative, even uncomfortable questions without easy answers were asked.
The bestselling author says it’s not tech, money, or brain power. Successful disruptors all tend to have one huge precondition that’s far more important. When people talk about what it takes to transform a field or a world, they leave out one crucial component, bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell told the audience at the World Business