Clayton Christensen is known for his ideas about how disruptive innovation markets known transform. In this extensive interview, he talks about topics ranging from the effect of the downturn on innovation, ways to improve the U.S. healthcare system. Christensen holds the economic downturn will be good for innovation because innovators burglaries, adapt their strategies to the market quickly and cost to enforce. What’s more, he notes that resource scarcity stimulate breakth … Read more »

Clayton Christensen is known for his ideas about how disruptive innovation markets known transform. In this extensive interview, he talks about topics ranging from the effect of the downturn on innovation, ways to improve the U.S. healthcare system. Christensen holds the economic downturn will be good for innovation because innovators burglaries, adapt their strategies to the market quickly and cost to enforce. What’s more, he notes that the scarcity of resources to stimulate breakthrough thinking. And despite the recent problems in the financial markets, Christensen believes that overall innovation was beneficial in the field of financial services. He cites historical financial innovations such as idle investment funds and index funds, as examples of the way disruptive innovations in the field of financial services have benefited consumers. However, he has also stated that it markets where regulation is necessary and the securities industry is one. Christensen, who also discussed as a co-author of a new book on health care, the innovator recipe as disruptive innovation could improve the U.S. health care system. He explains how disruptive innovation make goods and services cost-effectively and help available.
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Clayton M. Christensen,
Martha E Mangelsdorf
Source: MIT Sloan Management Review
6 pages.
Release Date: 1 April 2009. Prod #: SMR314-PDF-ENG
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