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El dilema de los innovadores

When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail

Clayton M. Christensen

El dilema de los innovadores presenta una serie de principios para lograr capitalizar a favor el fenómeno de la innovación abrupta. Estos principios ayudarán a los managers a determinar en qué ocasiones resulta más adecuado no escuchar a sus clientes, cuándo invertir en el desarrollo de productos de escaso rendimiento que proporcionen inicialmente márgenes reducidos.
Fecha de publicación
publicado por primera vez en 1997
Calificación de Goodreads
Jobs was deeply influenced by the book The Innovator's Dilemma.      fuente
This helped me make sense of why things worked and didn't work in the technology industry.      fuente
Absolutely brilliant. Clayton Christensen provides an insightful analysis of changing technology and its importance to a company’s future success.      fuente
Read these three books: Crossing the Chasm, the Innovators Dilemma, and Behind the Cloud. These three combined, if you binge and read them all, you will come out ahead.      fuente
An analysis of why great companies fail, because innovation often requires throwing out everything that has made you successful in the past. Disruptive technologies are often born on the fringes, in markets where worse is better.      fuente
This was a formative read for me: it taught me why it’s so hard to come up with a second hit and why startups often have the advantage when creating curve-jumping innovation.      fuente
Andy Grove's Only the Paranoid Survive is a great book on strategy as is The Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton Christensen.      fuente
Other books that all entrepreneurs should read: 1) @MichaelEPorter, Competitive Strategy, 2) @geoffreyamoore Crossing the Chasm, 3) @claychristensen Innovator's Dilemma, and 4) @Jerry_Kaplan Startup      fuente
Two of the most influential books of my life “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” and “Innovator’s Dilemma” written by Mormons. One of my favorite startup founders is Mormon, too. His name is Derek Anderson 👇🏼👇🏼      fuente
Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma is the foundational read for managing disruptive innovation. Since then, Christensen, who was channeling Schumpeter, [the inventor of the term ‘creative destruction’], has bounced between arguing that innovation comes from startups and that innovation comes from corporations. The answer, of course, is that he is right in both cases.      fuente
Q. - What's your favourite business book you'd advise to young entrepreneurs and why? M.L. -Some good ones from the "pure business" category: Zero to One, The Hard Thing About Hard Things, The Innovator's Dilemma, Good to Great, etc. Personally, I prefer less advice, more history. From my favorite business segment: Too Big To Fail, Ascent of Money, When Genius Failed, etc. Books on applied psychology (Influence, Predictably Irrational, etc) are another way to round out primarily technological education :)      fuente
8/ Innovator’s Dilemma. @claychristensen is a great management theorist (exceptionally rare in a world of trite oversimplifications) who explores powerful forces that drive the trajectory of companies and industries. @HarvardBiz @HarvardHBS @ChristensenInst @InnosightTeam      fuente
A must-read for entrepreneurs.      fuente
RIP, Clayton Christensen: @HarvardHBS professor introduced the concept of “disruptive innovation” and his 1997 book “The Innovator’s Dilemma” remains a powerful read on technology, business incentives, and organization (major application to telecom field).      fuente
The Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton M Christensen. A classic book on innovation, focusing on how large companies can be "disrupted" by new technologies.      fuente
@cwodtke Mythical Man-Month--Fred Brooks. The Innovator's Dilemma--Clay Christensen, Systemantics--J. Gall. Wait, those aren't UX books.      fuente