Hello? It's disruption on the line

Isn't funny the way that we use industrial era language to describe the power of innovation? For exam
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Hello? It's disruption on the line
By Disruptors Handbook • Issue #22 • View online
Isn’t funny the way that we use industrial era language to describe the power of innovation? For example, we might call innovation a “rocket ship” or a “steam train”. But we are less likely to describe it as a “particle accelerator”. 
This is, in part, because we need to find ways to make an intangible process transparently obvious. After all, the closer we get to innovation the more like magic it can appear. Innovation events like hackathons are one of the most powerful demonstrations of innovation we have available. To see how hackathons can transform culture, drive innovation and improve morale for your business, take a look at our blog or get in touch.

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