It has become fashionable in business/ technology circles to talk about ‘disruption’. As a ‘good’ thing. Not like a broken-down train on the London Underground which causes chaos in the evening ‘Rush Hour’, or the threatened strike by Immigration staff at Heathrow Airport the day before the London Olympic Games, nor even the biblical scale flooding that turned Silverstone Motor Racing circuit into a sea of mud before and during the British F1 Grand Prix.
No: we’re talking about ‘positive’ disruption which shakes up something that really needs it; e.g. an industry that has collected cobwebs, which has become inefficient, complacent, […]