Disruption is popular these days. Maybe you noticed.
Maybe you heard a corporate type complete a full sentence, with complex clauses and maybe even a metaphor, without uttering the word aloud. But you know she was thinking it.
Even if she says the word without salivating, the way I might say “train station” or “zoology,” even when delight or greed or hubris is not evident on her face or in her voice, you know she’s thinking about disruption as the ticket to her new life as Steve Jobs.
I realize I generalize.
But this is the Internet.
Sometimes a Thinker for Hire needs to make a point.