What Utility Executives Should Be Thinking About in 2020: Preparing for the Future by Examining Prior Disruptions Inside and Outside the Electric Utility Industry
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Steve focuses on the links between disruptive competition, corporate strategy and finance in the utility industry. He has worked nationally on issues affecting regulated utilities for over three...
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Co-authored with Karen Weigert, VP of Business Strategy & Regional Operations - Slipstream Group
While seeing the future is always challenging, we make it even more difficult if we do not understand key events in the past. When considering the potential for disruption in the electric utility industry, historic events can inform us. The upshot of the retrospective analysis may be surprising. Utilities have already survived large acute shocks to the industry; their ability to survive chronic, slow-and-steady changes going forward is less clear.