[Download] The Innovator's Dilemma: Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change By Clayton Christensen

The Innovator's Dilemma: Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change

By: Clayton Christensen
Narrated by: Deaver Brown
Length: 58 minutes
Release date: Oct 5, 2010
Rating: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (13 votes, average: 2.50 out of 5)
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The Innovator's Dilemma

This audio book was created based on Clayton Christensen's landmark book, The Innovator's Dilemma. This was Mr. Christensen's synopsis of his book for the Harvard Business Review. The audio tracks listed here cover the key elements of Mr. Christensen's book. This audio book emphasizes the Idea in Brief does my organization have the right resources, processes, values, and team to innovate? Then it covers the right structure for your specific type of innovation. He identifies where capabilities reside, in resources, processes, and values. He then addresses the migration of capabilities, illustrates it with the example of Digital Equipment (DEC), defines sustaining versus disruptive innovation, how to create capabilities to cope with change--internally, in a spinout, or an acquisition, and how to fit the tool to the task.

Keywords: innovate, innovation, Harvard, MBA, resources, processes, values, team, structure, capabilities, Digital Equipment, DEC, sustaining, disruptive, change, spinout, acquisition, tool, tool kit, Christensen.
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9 Responses to “[Download] The Innovator’s Dilemma: Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change By Clayton Christensen”

  1. Carli A.

    Great Summary
    Very insightful and useful for hands on managers. I wish I had thought about these sources of innovation myself years ago.

  2. Nolan Danielsen

    Only slightly helpful
    Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

  3. Fausto B.

    It is not the original book
    Don’t buy it if you want to listen to the original full-length edition, this is an abstract or sort of.

  4. Elna M.

    Bad voice
    This was my first bad book. I though I had the full version, instead it was a outline. Speaker had an unpleasant voice and gasped.

  5. Shawana Polansky

    Barely listenable
    Was hoping to hear at least a reasonable synopsis of The Innovator’s Dilemma, but this sounds like a random recording of a second rate business professor giving a lecture. I wish the full, unabridged book was available. Not worth even the $2 I spent on it. I never write reviews but needed to warn others…

  6. Mauricio Wortinger

    Worst performance ever
    Very poor narration- difficult to understand and sounds like eating food or has indigestion throughout

  7. Alva Grzyb

    Useful information, poorly read.
    Useful information, poorly read. The reader was dry and prepared and sometimes difficult to understand.

  8. Jeana Arcangel

    Narrator lets this down.
    This book sounds like it’s been narrated from start to finish without any understanding of the content. I unfortunately didn’t read the reviews before acquiring it.

  9. Samuel Z Edwards

    Expansive ideas, concisely written
    This book has expanded my understanding of leading and managing change in mature organizations. I better see the value of anticipating change and feel better equipped to understand and initiate change within my organizations. Now, I look forward to listening to The Innovator’s Solution.

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