A Survivor's Guide to Disruption
In a collection of essays, the Global Markets Institute examines how companies can reshape themselves to better compete in today’s Everything-as-a-Service (EaaS) economy. In this new economy, firms can use services provided by other businesses to grow faster, while using less capital and fewer people than would otherwise be possible. EaaS businesses can thus do what they need to do to compete, not only more cheaply, but also more quickly and – most importantly – better than they could on their own. Industries are reorganizing in response to these dynamics, and companies must adapt or risk falling behind.