When a disruptive innovation is launched, it changes the entire industry and every firm operating within in This book argues that it is possible to predict which companies will win and which will lose in a specific situationâ€”and provides a practical framework for doing so. Most books on innovationâ€”including Christensenâ€™s previous two booksâ€”approached innovation from the inside-out, showing firms how they can create innovations inside their own companies. This book is written from an â€œoutside-inâ€ perspective, showing how executives, investors, and analysts can assess the impact of a new innovation on the firms they have a vested interest in.
Published in 2004
Publisher: Harvard Business School Press
Date added: 07/22/2010Markets