‘Disruption’ is a key idea for entrepreneurs seeking to forge new business models that capture new markets. Yet, the paradox of disruption is that the rule-breakers have to become systems makers. And the critical difference between sustainable success and failure, for those who create novel strategies, is that they must be flexible enough to change again.

Thomas Tuchel, the former manager of leading football clubs like Mainz05 in Germany and PSG in France is a great example. He’s now been handed the gilded but sometimes poisoned chalice of leading Chelsea FC, a business with a demanding set of targets and…

Charlie Beckett

Journalist, LSE media professor, Polis think-tank director. Writes about journalism, UK & global politics

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