There isn’t a single global newspaper that doesn’t report on a monthly basis about the ‘big disruption in automotive’ and its main aggressor Tesla Motors. The topic has become so common that it lost most of its power as a wake-up call. Originally introduced by Harvard Professor Clayton Christensen, the word ‘disruption’ has undoubtedly become an overused buzzword. Nevertheless, the term fits well to describe how new value networks — the social as well as technical resources within organizations and their customers — displace established market-leading firms. The tricky thing about disruption in the automotive industry is that it works…

Chris Lichtmannecker

I am a future mobility enthusiast who is eager to shape intelligent urban transportation that is sustainable, on-demand and autonomous.

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