No Ordinary Disruption (2015) examines four causes that are altering the world's marketplaces fundamentally. These slates demonstrate how the corporate world, the jobs that sustain it, and the market that shapes it are changing, as well as what businesses, governments, and individuals must do to not just survive but thrive in this new world order.
"At McKinsey, Richard Dobbs studies worldwide economic patterns. He has given lectures at the University of Oxford and numerous other places, and his second best-selling book is No Ordinary Disruption.
James Manyika, the head of the McKinsey Global Institute, has counseled several Silicon Valley's major technological businesses. He is also the vice-chairman of the President's Global Development Council, a position he was nominated for by US President Barack Obama.
Jonathan Woetzel, who resides in China, co-founded McKinsey's activities there. He is a Professor at Peking University's Guanghua School of Management and the author of four books on China."