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Seeing what's next : using the theories of innovation to predict industry change

Author: Clayton M Christensen; Scott D Anthony; Erik A Roth
Publisher: Boston : Harvard Business School Press, ©2004.
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When an innovation is launched, it can change an entire industry and the firms operating therein in a potentially disruptive way. This book argues that it is possible to predict which companies will win and which will lose in a specific situation, and provides a practical framework for doing so.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Clayton M Christensen; Scott D Anthony; Erik A Roth
ISBN: 1591391857 9781591391852
OCLC Number: 54503803
Description: xxxix, 312 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: pt. I. How to use theory to analyze. The signals of change : Where are the opportunities? --
Competitive battles : How to size up competitors --
Strategic choices : Identifying which choices matter --
Non-market factors affect innovation --
pt. II. Illustrations of theory-based analysis. Disruptive diplomas : The future of education --
Disruption spreads its wings : The future of aviation --
Whither Moore's law? : The future of semiconductors --
Healing the 800-pound gorilla : The future of health care --
Innovation overseas : Using theory to assess corporate and country strategies --
Breaking the wire : The future of telecommunications --
What's next --
Appendix : Summary of key concepts.
Responsibility: Clayton M. Christensen, Scott D. Anthony, Erik A. Roth.
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When an innovation is launched, it can change an entire industry and the firms operating therein in a potentially disruptive way. This book argues that it is possible to predict which companies will win and which will lose in a specific situation, and provides a practical framework for doing so.

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by peter@OhioLINK.edu (WorldCat user on 2006-03-21)

This item is part of a bibliography ( http://dltj.org/christensen-bibliography/ ) on the application of the theory of disruptive technology to the fields of academic libraries and higher education in general.

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