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Clayton Christensen on Disruptions, Both Personal and Business

Nov 11, 2014

CHECK BACK IN 2029: Business Insider profiles Clayton Christensen, father of the “disruptive innovation” theory that he believes has been taken out of its original context and “bastardized.” He remains adamant that half of universities will go bankrupt in the next 15 years as college brands loses their salience and students acquire workforce-ready skills through non-school means. The piece also explores how Christensen deals with two other, personal forms of disruption: achieving a life-work balance and overcoming serious medical issues.

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Clayton Christensen on Disruptions, Both Personal and Business

Nov 11, 2014

CHECK BACK IN 2029: Business Insider profiles Clayton Christensen, father of the “disruptive innovation” theory that he believes has been taken out of its original context and “bastardized.” He remains adamant that half of universities will go bankrupt in the next 15 years as college brands loses their salience and students acquire workforce-ready skills through non-school means. The piece also explores how Christensen deals with two other, personal forms of disruption: achieving a life-work balance and overcoming serious medical issues.

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