A seminal work of business theory, “The Innovator’s Dilemma” was first published in 1997.
In it, Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen describes how established companies are displaced by competition when they fail to self-disrupt.
Takeaways from the book spawned a new framework for thinking about innovation that continues to resonate today.
Despite its status as a touchpoint, its application is sometimes seen as limited even as many lessons are still highly useful.
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