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Pattern of industry disruption, Consulting on the Cusp of Disruption

Consulting on the Cusp of Disruption

The pattern of industry disruption is familiar: New competitors with new business models arrive; incumbents choose to ignore the new players or to flee to higher-margin activities; a disrupter whose product was once barely good enough… achieves a level of quality acceptable to the broad middle of the market, undermining the position of longtime leaders and often causing the “flip” to a new basis of competition. 969 more words


Episode 2.3- "The Power of Everyday Missionaries"


Title: The Power of Everyday Missionaries: The What and How of Sharing the Gospel
Author: Clayton M. Christensen
Pages: 160
Rating: 4/5
Medium: Audiobook via Deseret Bookshelf… 99 more words

Book Review Podcast

Mengajarkan Masa Depan

Victor Yasadhana,
Direktur Pendidikan Yayasan Sukma
Media Indonesia, 27 Nov 2017

TERSIRAT kekhawatiran yang serius dalam pernyataan Clayton M Christensen, profesor Harvard Business School, Harvard University, saat berbicara dalam salah satu sesi panel di Salesforce.org 5th Annual Higher Ed Summit di University of Texas System, Austin, Texas, AS, April 2017. 937 more words

Human Being

How Will You Measure Your Life? By Clayton M. Christensen


Theory studies casual mechanism — what actually causes something to happen.

Studying the physical manifestations of pretenses often fail to predict what is actually happening. 3,232 more words


disrupting class: how disruptive innovation will change the way the world learns

Only one of the authors of this book come from an education background. The other two study and write primarily about business. Their idea is to take the insights they have about the way businesses change and apply them to education. 517 more words

Other Books

It Is What It Is

July 18, 2017

Since 1990’s, we have heard about disruptive innovation leading to disruptive competitors. Of course, most of those talking about it don’t know what it is. 305 more words

Competitive Intelligence