Goliath's Revenge: How Established Companies Turn the Tables on Digital Disruptors
Established companies know they need to move forward at break-neck speeds to keep up with transformational technology-enabled start-ups. But leaders of these companies don’t have much guidance on how they can leverage their existing strengths to accelerate their journey. In Goliath's Revenge, Heidrick Consulting partner Scott Snyder and co-author Todd Hewlin draw lessons from successful companies and offer six clear recommendations of how leaders can realign their business models, reset talent development priorities, reshape innovation processes, revamp their use of data, and retake market share.
Snyder brings over 25 years of experience working with established companies at the cutting edge of the digital revolution to Heidrick Consulting, where he serves as a trusted advisor to clients on innovation and digital transformation for organizational acceleration.
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Scott Snyder leads digital and innovation consulting for Heidrick & Struggles and is a Senior Fellow of the Management Department of the Wharton School. Snyder is a recognized thought leader in digital transformation and innovation, having held leadership roles at GE and Lockheed Martin, launched three startups, and led technology and innovation for venture capital firm Safeguard. He is author of The New World of Wireless and has lectured at top institutions including Wharton, MIT, Babson, Duke, and INSEAD on emerging technologies, digital strategy, and innovation.
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