Focuses on the difficulty established companies face when confronted with disruptive technological innovations. The power that represented their investments in fixed assets from their cost structures and their customers are limiting their choices in investment and innovation clear. Rewritten version of an earlier case.

Focuses on the difficulty established companies face when confronted with disruptive technological innovations. The power that represented their investments in fixed assets from their cost structures and their customers are limiting their choices in investment and innovation clear. Rewritten version of an earlier case.
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Clayton M. Christensen
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 17, 1996. Prod #: 697 020 PDF-ENG
Continuous Casting Investments at USX Corp. HBR case solution