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The human face of disruption

No matter how well prepared you are for it, widespread industrial change always feels like it happens
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The human face of disruption
By Disruptors Handbook • Issue #23 • View online
No matter how well prepared you are for it, widespread industrial change always feels like it happens fast. One day you are in a job, and then the next day you aren’t. This is the human face of disruption, and it is happening under our noses. 
This is not just about “old industries”. It is also about the new. The entrenched. The unsuspecting. 
We believe that the only antidote to disruption is to wrestle with the problems worth solving. And to do so systematically, diligently and with speed. It’s why we’ve created the Disruptor’s Handbook.

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