“Cometh the hour, cometh two women! Ruth and Eleanor have provided a concise, readable roadmap for business leaders contemplating the entwined challenges of managing risk and driving innovation at a time when one has never been more apparent and the other never more necessary. The Disruption Game Plan is essential reading for those who are, or aspire to be, at the top of their organisation.”James Cooper, Chairman, GB Railfreight
“Writing with clarity, wit and insight, Murray-Webster and Winton positively challenge conventional strategic thinking! Based on their first-hand extensive experiences as management change consultants, they pose probing and insightful questions that must be addressed - but which are all too often avoided - by leaders when confronted with a rapid pace of change and disruptive forces! The Disruption Game Plan is a must-read for those who have the responsibility for leading organisations through the choppy waters that lie ahead!”Professor Joe Nellis, Deputy Dean & Professor of Global Economy, Cranfield School of Management
“Who needs hindsight when Eleanor and Ruth show us how to use foresight! With disruption now the new normal, we finally have the game plan, road map, step by step guide on how to navigate innovation and risk in the shape of this ‘must read’ book for leaders everywhere. Founder, The Marketing Academy”Sherilyn Shackell, Founder, The Marketing Academy
“Companies treat innovation and risk management separately. The book will convince you that this is wrong! Bringing the two together to make the most of opportunities and minimise the downsides, with creativity and insight, is the way to deal with the disruption of our time. It’s an idea that, once you get it, seems obvious and that shifts your way of thinking going forward. Peppered with stories that bring their ideas to life, the book communicates clearly and effectively how to put in place a disruption game plan, and to bring risk and innovation together, as they should’ve been all along.”Dr Penny Pullan, Director, Making Projects Work Ltd and author of 'Virtual Leadership' and 'Making Workshops Work'