Clayton Christensen

What are the ‘jobs to be done’ of an investment manager?

The late Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen found that in many sectors, low-end disruptors take hold at the bottom of the market and then work up to satisfy more demanding segments.

Clayton Christensen, author of ‘The Innovator’s Dilemma,’ has passed away at age 67

Clayton Christensen, a longtime professor at Harvard Business School who became famous worldwide after authoring the best-selling business book, “The Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technolo

Apoll01 wants to remake education by decentralizing the diploma

Dan Genduso spent nearly a decade working in consulting before landing on the Disrupt Berlin stage to launch his first startup, Apoll01 — a small company with a big idea about how to solve Ameri

How bad decision making could undermine good innovation

Here’s a scary thought for decision makers inside large organizations grappling with digital transformation. You can actually be innovative and have mechanisms in place to react to disruptive fo

Why Clayton Christensen Is Wrong About Uber And Disruptive Innovation

Silicon Valley has disrupted disruptive innovation, and Clayton Christensen isn’t happy about it. Christensen vaulted to rock-star status in the tech world in 1995 when he introduced the theory of d

Clayton Christensen Talks Venture Capital, Crowd Funding, And How To Measure Your Life

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYVdf5xyD8I] Editor’s note: Derek Andersen is the founder of Startup Grind, a 40-city community bringing the global startup world together while educating

Clayton Christensen: “Disruptive Innovations Create Jobs, Efficiency Innovations Destroy Them”

If you get the opportunity to hear <a target="_blank" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clayton_M._Christensen">Clayton Christensen</a> hold court, seize it. Speaking at BoxWorks in San Francisco tod