CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN ~ THE INNOVATOR’S DILEMMA

~ CDOCAIFR-CWIPTDSTCAIDS ~ Companies Depend On Customers And Investors For Resources – Companies With Investment Patterns That Don’t Satisfy Their Customers And Investors Don’t Survive

~ SMDSTGNOLC ~ Small Markets Don’t Solve The Growth Needs Of Large Companies

~ MTDECBA ~ Markets That Don’t Exist Can’t Be Analyzed

~ AOCDID ~ An Organization’s Capabilities Define Its Disabilities

~ FIAISTS ~ Failure Is An Intrinsic Step Toward Success

~ TVOAOTCBWDAPAM-AKMOGM-IF-IWSCACVHPTO ~ The Values Of An Organization Are The Criteria By Which Decisions About Priorities Are Made – A Key Metric Of Good Management – In Fact – Is Whether Such Clear And Consistent Values Have Permeated The Organization

~ HSCAVRDIMI ~ Huge Size Constitutes A Very Real Disability In Managing Innovation

~ ATPBWWHGDITOAFTNP? ~ Are The Processes By Which Work Habitually Gets Done In The Organization Appropriate For This New Problem?

~ TWODTATS-IIOTVATRDTUIMMTCTVINM ~ The Weaknesses Of Disruptive Technologies Are Their Strengths – It Is Often The Very Attribute That Render Disruptive Technologies Useless In Mainstream Markets That Constitute Their Value In New Markets

~ TFTWMSICADT-FAMWPCOADTFTDA ~ The Firms That Were Most Successful In Commercializing A Disruptive Technology – Find A Market Where Product Competition Occurred Along Dimensions That Favored The Disruptive Attributes