Book Name: The Innovator’s Dilemma PDF Book
Category: Business Books
Language: English
Format: PDF
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“The Innovator’s Dilemma” explains why great companies that paid close attention to their competitors listened carefully to their customers, and put a lot of money into new technologies still lost their market dominance. Using examples from different industries, the author shows that good business practises can still hurt a great company. He shows how really important, ground-breaking innovations are often turned down at first by customers who can’t use them yet. This makes companies let their most important innovations sit around and get old. The innovator’s dilemma is now a problem for many companies. Keeping close to customers is key to success right now. But growth and profits over the long term depend on a very different set of management decisions. This book will help managers see what changes might be coming their way and show them how to respond in a way that will help them do well. It’s part of a series called “The Management of Innovation and Change.”


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Author(s): Clayton M. Christensen

Year: 2000

ISBN: 0875845851,9780875845852




Lead and Disrupt: How to Solve the Innovator’s Dilemma

Author(s): Charles A. O’Reilly III, Michael L. Tushman

Publisher: Stanford Business Books, Year: 2016

ISBN: 2015050235,9780804798655

The innovation puzzle of today — explore and use — Getting the right mix of innovation streams — Getting it right vs. almost getting it right: six stories of innovation What it takes to be able to use both hands — As linchpins, leaders (and their teams) — Taking charge of change and renewing strategies; Think of Blockbuster, Kodak, and RadioShack, all of which went out of business in the last few years. When we read about their deaths, it seems like a natural part of “creative destruction” that they will die. But looking more closely, you find a disturbing fact: big and small companies are closing down faster than ever. How do you go against this trend? The authors explain how organisations have used an ambidextrous approach to solve their innovator’s dilemmas. They compare these stars to companies that haven’t been able to change and grow because they’ve been too successful.


Table of contents :

Preface and Acknowledgments
Part I. The Basics: Leading in the Face of Disruption
1. Today’s Innovation Puzzle
2. Explore and Exploit
3. Achieving Balance with Innovation Streams
Part II. Ambidexterity in Action: Solving the Innovator’s Dilemma
4. Six Innovation Stories
5. Getting It Right Versus Almost Right
Part III. Making the Leap: Bringing Ambidexterity Home
6. What It Takes to Become Ambidextrous
7. Leaders (and Their Teams) as Linchpins
8. Leading Change and Strategic Renewal

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