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The New York Times has used digital innovation to maintain its quality and reached new subscription highs despite significant headwinds in the newspaper industry.
“I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity”- John D. Rockerfeller.
This is the story of how Paytm turned one of India’s most recent economic disasters -Demonetization- into the reason for its unicorn status!
When even iPhones did not exist – is when Burberry started thinking of Digital Transformation. The journey that this 100+ years old company took is inspiring and tells us what a winner looks like in this world of Digital Darwinism.
In the US, rising prescription drug costs have left many Americans struggling to afford their medications. GoodRx seeks to reduce the cost burden of prescription drugs.
Intuit is a digital winner as it found a way to fully embrace the innovator's dilemma, and has been successful in anticipating disruptions in its industry and organically responding to them.
GoodRx is taking the healthcare industry by storm. In an industry that relied on trade secrets to thrive, GoodRx in employing a unique digital platform strategy to increase price transparency to end customers. What makes them click?
By focusing on the growing need for millennials and working professionals to minimize their transportation costs, Getaround connects car owners with renters through a scalable platform that benefits both the supply and demand side through the use of innovative technology.
🏀🏀🏀 Why are the Golden State Warriors so successful? Some say it is due to Steph Curry. Others say Steve Kerr is the mastermind behind the success. Ask Curry and Kerr, and they will tell you how sports analytics made the Warriors what they are today 🏀🏀🏀
How has Walmart managed to keep up with Amazon's disruption of the retail ecosystem? Despite making large investments in its digital transformation, including the purchase of Jet.com at a $3.3 billion offering, Walmart has not matched Amazon's strategic success in terms of reducing supply chain costs and expanding its omnichannel offerings. Early signs of promise showed an increase of up to 44% in Walmart's digital sales from 2016-2017 vs Amazon's 29% growth, but is increased revenue growth enough to maintain a sustainable competitive advantage for the next few years?