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Clayton Christensen
Professor . Author of . Cofounder & Rose Park Advisors. Member . Husband & father.
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Innosight Jun 5
“We stopped a bunch of things on the theory of ‘do less better.’ Next, I believe if you’re going to change you’ve got to have some evidence of success inside your own company." -Scott Cook, Intuit Watch the full video:
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Clayton Christensen May 29
Nonfiction Reading Guidance from J.P. Morgan - The Prosperity Paradox
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Clayton Christensen May 21
A review of my conversations on innovation with through the years
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Clayton Christensen May 2
My dear friends will be speaking at Oxford on May 29th about the role of innovation in development - I hope you can join
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Karen Dillon Apr 26
Great review of applicability of . "Its lessons, though, go far beyond helping impoverished countries. The methods it details for attacking poverty could be applied to any situation in which development is lagging…
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Clayton Christensen Apr 16
New research from explores and their disruptive potential in
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Clayton Christensen Apr 4
Can corruption ever be eliminated in the world? An excerpt from the via
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Clayton Christensen Apr 1
My latest with on our predictions about college failures
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The Forum at HBS Mar 18
A new podcast episode is out! In it, reunites with one of his mentors, Joe Bower, to discuss the resource allocation process, , and the future of !
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Clayton Christensen Mar 13
Managers confronting disruptive change must be leaders, not followers.
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Clayton Christensen Feb 26
The community is working furiously to , but innovation is key. Be a part of the movement to across the globe. Check out to learn more.
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Clayton Christensen Feb 21
In my just-released book with & , discover why a particular type of innovation is crucial to unlocking prosperity in low- and middle-income countries.
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Clayton Christensen Feb 14
Armed with good theory, I truly believe we can change the world and unlock opportunity across the globe. Step 1: .
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Clayton Christensen Feb 12
If you’re an entrepreneur or investor interested in exploring , follow for insights on how to identify opportunities & navigate common challenges.
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Global CCI Feb 5
Our research seeks to understand the causal mechanism behind prosperity. But what exactly do we mean by ? Find out in this excerpt from .
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Clayton Christensen Jan 31
"Instead of a book of glib answers, they present something much more powerful—a work of creative destruction for today’s failed development-policy paradigm" via
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Clayton Christensen Jan 28
Entrepreneurs Can Have a Direct Impact on the Eradication of Extreme Poverty in the World. Here's How. via
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Clayton Christensen Jan 25
Worm Capital Q&A With Clayton Christensen On Innovation -- And His New Book "The Prosperity Paradox" via
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Clayton Christensen Jan 22
Confront disruptive change with a new online platform featuring innovation tools and expert advice. Excited to see the launch of Innosight X!
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Clayton Christensen Jan 18
A few lessons I've learned over many years as a manager, researcher, father, and innovator:
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