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The Disruptive Voice

By The Forum for Growth and Innovation at Harvard Business School

The Disruptive Voice explores the theories of disruptive innovation across a broad set of industries and circumstances with academics, researchers, and practitioners who have been inspired and taught by Harvard Business School Professor Clayton M. Christensen.

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    66. Defending The Castle Against Disruptors: Jean Wright, MD/MBA on Innovation in Healthcare11/24/2020
    42:40
  2. 2.
    65. Can Hyper-Localized Automation Transform Grocery Shopping?11/11/2020
    51:50
  3. 3.
    64. Your Best Friend's Voice: A Conversation With Amelia Lin, Founder and CEO of Saga10/28/2020
    34:56
  4. 4.
    63. Understanding Demand-Side Sales with Bob Moesta10/14/2020
    38:06
  5. 5.
    62. COVID-19 and the Educator's Dilemma: A Conversation with Michael Horn09/29/2020
    41:26
  6. 6.
    61. Business Model Innovation at Innosight: A Conversation with Erika J. Meldrim09/15/2020
    25:15
  7. 7.
    60. Overcoming the Capitalist's Dilemma, with Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services09/01/2020
    53:08
  8. 8.
    59. La Bohème In The Living Room? Pope Ward On The Transformation of Arts Organizations During COVID-1908/18/2020
    38:57
  1. 9.
    58. The View From the Desk by Clay's Office08/03/2020
    43:29
  2. 10.
    57. Eat, Sleep, Innovate: A Conversation with Scott D. Anthony07/15/2020
    44:51
  3. 11.
    56. Disruption Amidst Disruption: FinTech in the Age of Coronavirus06/30/2020
    43:30
  4. 12.
    55. Financing Your Education (and yours and yours and yours): A Conversation with LeverEdge Co-Founders Nikhil Agarwal and Chris Abkarians06/16/2020
    37:39
  5. 13.
    54. Disruption and New Patterns of Media Consumption, with Shilpa Bisaria05/29/2020
    31:22
  6. 14.
    53. Reflections on The Prosperity Paradox, with Euvin Naidoo and Efosa Ojomo05/22/2020
    40:59
  7. 15.
    52. Leadership and Commitment in Times of Crisis04/30/2020
    36:09
  8. 16.
    51. The Future of BSSE, with Rory McDonald04/15/2020
    32:50
  9. 17.
    50. From the Archives: Clayton Christensen and Joseph Bower on Resource Allocation04/02/2020
    32:55
  10. 18.
    49. Disruption and the Democratization of K-12 Education: A Conversation with Thomas Arnett03/19/2020
    46:07
  11. 19.
    48. Disrupting Healthcare with Dr. Mahek Shah: How Tech Companies, The Patient Experience, and Innovations are Paramount to Transforming the Healthcare Industry02/28/2020
    27:19
  12. 20.
    47. Micromobility and The Future of Transportation: A Conversation with Horace Dediu02/07/2020
    45:56
  13. 21.
    46. Journalism and Politics in an Age of Disruption: A Conversation with Bob Cohn01/17/2020
    49:40
  14. 22.
    45. Modernizing Energy Transmission & Distribution Infrastructure for the Development of Sustainable and Resilient Communities, with Jessica O. Matthews12/30/2019
    39:40
  15. 23.
    44. Choosing College: Bob Moesta and Michael Horn on Why We Hire Education12/20/2019
    41:35
  16. 24.
    43. Why Did You Hire HBS?12/01/2019
    34:09
  17. 25.
    42. Disruption and Electrification in the Auto Industry, Featuring Cliff Maxwell and Ned Calder11/15/2019
    34:10
  18. 26.
    41. The Future Is Already Here—It’s Just Not Very Evenly Distributed: A Conversation with Hari Nair10/27/2019
    50:10
  19. 27.
    40. Should Your Customers Trust Your Business?10/08/2019
    46:37
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    39. Shaping the Work: Design and Development Through the Lens of Jobs Theory09/24/2019
    21:29
  21. 29.
    38. Why Do People Hire (and Fire) Employers?09/09/2019
    41:42
  22. 30.
    37. A Jobs To Be Done Masterclass with Andrew Glaser and Bob Moesta08/15/2019
    48:07
  23. 31.
    36. "The World Isn't Waiting For Us": Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare07/30/2019
    31:39
  24. 32.
    35. Why Do People Hire Religion?07/16/2019
    34:22
  25. 33.
    34. Consulting on the Cusp of Disruption – Six Years Later06/26/2019
    39:39
  26. 34.
    33. Solving the Problem of Fit: Todd Rose and Bob Moesta05/06/2019
    39:22
  27. 35.
    32. Integration by the Book: Insights from my time at Arrow Electronics04/09/2019
    28:21
  28. 36.
    31. Integrating Theory into Your Organization: Black Duck by Synopsys03/29/2019
    31:30
  29. 37.
    30. Revisiting Resource Allocation in the Firm03/18/2019
    33:02
  30. 38.
    29. Intercom, and Architecting a Company on Jobs to Be Done03/04/2019
    36:33
  31. 39.
    28. Wyzant - Strategic Restructuring Around Jobs To Be Done02/12/2019
    34:40
  32. 40.
    27. How Technology is Shaping the Future of Sport: Angela Ruggiero and the Sports Innovation Lab01/29/2019
    39:49
  33. 41.
    26. What Really Creates Prosperity?01/17/2019
    33:55
  34. 42.
    25. Getting the Categories Right: Applying theories to Venture Capital12/21/2018
    34:45
  35. 43.
    24. Butterfly Network: Innovating at the Low End in Ultrasound12/03/2018
    26:27
  36. 44.
    23. Disruptive Innovation in Action: Reinventing Higher Education11/20/2018
    36:40
  37. 45.
    22. Clay Christensen & Chet Huber: Reaching Critical Mass10/12/2018
    35:19
  38. 46.
    21. Bob Moesta: Spotting Non-Consumption07/09/2018
    14:20
  39. 47.
    20. Q&A session with Professor Clayton M. Christensen09/06/2016
    36:27
  40. 48.
    19. What if we viewed nonconsumption as a competitor with Efosa Ojomo (MBA 2015)08/30/2016
    22:09
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    18. 3 most useful theories for a board member with Professor Steve Kaufman (MBA 1965)08/10/2016
    14:36
  42. 50.
    17. Agriculture: the once and future king of Nigeria with Folusho Olaniyan07/13/2016
    19:58
  43. 51.
    16. Reflections on Marginal Cost at U.S. Steel by Clay Christensen07/01/2016
    3:38
  44. 52.
    15. Is Uber disruptive?06/30/2016
    36:26
  45. 53.
    14. Using JTBD as an entrepreneur — Laura Day (MBA 2009)06/29/2016
    21:37
  46. 54.
    13. The capabilities and limitations of the World Bank with Efosa Ojomo06/28/2016
    21:19
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    12. BlackRock: Gregory Duggan and Ravi Umarji (MBA 2016) — BSSE Research Paper06/27/2016
    15:29
  48. 56.
    11. Business Model Innovation with Tom Bartman06/26/2016
    19:42
  49. 57.
    10. American Express: Joe Costa (JD/MBA 2016) and Jeff Cui (JD/MBA 2017) — BSSE Research Paper06/25/2016
    38:35
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    9. Stories from the ground — on building a market creating company in Ghana05/05/2016
    21:59
  51. 59.
    8. BSSE research Paper | Square Capital — Caroline Anastasi and Lyndsey Billings04/12/2016
    12:25
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    7. Rethinking primary and secondary education in Nigeria with Michael Horn04/05/2016
    12:00
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    6. BSSE Research Paper | Asian Paints — Aishwarya Ramakrishnan and Neha Rambhia (MBA 2016)03/30/2016
    14:59
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    5. Instant noodles in Nigeria — a market creating innovation. Talking with Tolaram Africa CEO Deepak Singhal03/10/2016
    20:11
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    4. Higher education in Nigeria today — for the lucky few, often only with marginal upside02/29/2016
    15:17
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    3. Low oil prices are great for Tesla with Tom Bartman02/23/2016
    23:10
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    2. Betterment - Krishna Kantheti (MBA '16) & George Rudolph (MBA '16)02/02/2016
    15:57
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    1. Efosa Ojomo and what RPP’s think of building wells in Nigeria01/27/2016
    20:07

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