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Talks at Google – Clayton Christensen: “Where does Growth come from?”

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Clayton Christensen Lecture: Disruptive Innovation, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

In the first of his lectures for Saïd Business School, Clayton Christensen explains his theory of disruption, drawing on examples of innovations occurring in the steel industry and from leading companies such as Toyota, Sony, Walmart and Indian refrigerator manufacturer, Godrej. Christensen explores how the theory can explain why the economies of America, England and Japan have stagnated. He also uses the theory to analyse how economies in Asia have achieved prosperity and to examine why countries such as Mexico are not experiencing economic growth.

Harvard Professor – Clayton Christensen The Process of Strategy Formulation and Implementation

In the second of his lectures for Saïd Business School, Clayton Christensen gives an insight into the ‘panda’s thumbs’ of management thinking- dated practices that hinder management decision-making and the profitability of companies. He gives the examples of managers focusing too heavily on gross margins rather than net profit and refusing to reduce their production costs as a way of avoiding disruption by smaller companies. He then gives an insight his Job to be Done theory.

Harvard Professor: Clayton Christensen on Management – Oxford Presentation

 

In the second of his lectures for Saïd Business School, Clayton Christensen gives an insight into management thinking and dated practices that hinder management decision-making and the profitability of companies. He gives the examples of managers focusing too heavily on gross margins

Deming’s 14 Points to Improving Quality, Productivity and Economic Value

 

Deming’s 14 to Improving Processes and Profits!  Excerpts from the Deming Library with Dr. Deming, Robert Reich, Lloyd Dobbins and Clare Crawford Mason.

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Clayton Christensen “Be the Disruptor” | Nieman Foundation

 

Clayton M. Christensen and David Skok, NF ’12 talk disruption in journalism.

US Competitiveness: Harvard Business School Professor – Micheal Porter

Michael Porter, a Harvard professor and expert on U.S. competitiveness, says chief executives must shift their thinking away from simply making money to also.

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