Creative Disruption & The Innovator's Dilemma | Clayton Christensen (HBS & Author) @ Startup Grind Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Top 15 Poets of Urdu Literature (Poets Ranking 2017)A Beautiful heart touching poetry by Mufti Taqi Usmani Sahib 14 thoughts on “Creative Disruption & The Innovator's Dilemma | Clayton Christensen (HBS & Author) @ Startup Grind” Here’s the spark notes version:1. As people in complex professions discover patterns and share knowledge, the need for high intelligence and great intuition are diminished by best practices and precise rules. 2. Startups with a truly unique differentiation and a smaller profit margin are much more likely to replace incumbents. Established companies tend to compete for more profitable areas. 3. Don’t segment customers by human characteristics but by the jobs a product or service accomplishes for them. The data points draws a much deeper cause and effect. Reply He's basically talking about game theory. Reply He was wrong on both Tesla and Solar Power, so I am not sure what he is talking about. Reply 1.5x speed is useful Reply Gotta mention "Harvard" like 3 times, ay Reply Over time I've collected a LOT of startup advice, but the observations given here is profoundly unique. Reply Meh… Reply Very well thought out. Excellent perspective. Reply Very interesting perspective about the disruption on innovation. Reply @ClaytonChristensen is genius! I had to actually work through the Innovators Dilemma with my last company http://LaunchLeads.com – where I spent 5.5 years bootstrapping a start up to profitability. http://QuotaDeck.com –But what his book helped me to do, was create my next company. Where I was able to take all of the learning of my last company and iterate upon it for what will be best for the future of B2B sales technologies. Thank you Clayton – and say hi to Emily for me! Reply How do they get disrupted!? Reply Blew my mind Reply "Reducing the risk of failure is the same as making sure that when you succeed you don't do anything material." – Vinod Khosla Reply Mild mannered man but has a lot of brilliant ideas in here Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.