Sometimes the big boys get it wrong, big time.
“It uses blockchain technology to give graduates easy access to verifiable, tamper-proof version of their diploma that they can share with potential employers”.
Toys ‘R’ Us joins a list of one time industry leaders who tried to hold on to their bricks and mortar dominance which is no longer relevant.
‘…like many other big-box chains, including Borders, Circuit City and Sports Authority, Toys ‘R’ Us struggled with the rise of discounters like Wal-Mart Stores and Target , and more recently,Amazon.com It was late to develop and expand its e-commerce business and placed big bets on licensed toys for “Star Wars” and Lego movies that missed expectations.’
This is a very insightful interview with examples from many industries about disruptive innovation.
It’s not a coincidence that some of the best apps you use were originally developed in Israel.