Where Does Growth Come From? | Clayton Christensen | Talks at Google

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  • Gary Reid Backing Tracks
    Gary Reid Backing Tracks2 ай бұрын

    Four types of innovations: 1. Potential products 2. Sustaining innovations 3. Disruptive products 4. Efficiency innovations Architecture to every job to be done: 1. There's a job to know given the situation I'm in. Functional, emotional, successful 3. How will they choose us. 2. What are the experiences we need to provide to do the job perfectly. 3. What kind of brand do we need to apply to that product.

  • Ralph Nabozny
    Ralph Nabozny2 ай бұрын

    what a good teacher. define and learn

  • Attention2detail
    Attention2detail3 жыл бұрын

    RIP Professor, you've been an inspiration for so many of us.

  • Mr. Numi Who

    Mr. Numi Who

    4 ай бұрын

    We lost a source of thinking and humor (both will be missed).

  • Christopher Armstrong

    Christopher Armstrong

    Жыл бұрын

    Wow, didn't know he had passed.

  • James Nguyen

    James Nguyen

    Жыл бұрын

    thats so sad. im glad you got the chance to meet him

  • Max Headrom

    Max Headrom

    Жыл бұрын

    Sad news. This is the first time I'm hearing him - didn't even know who he was when I started. I used to have a very poor opinion about marketing and administration - he changed my mind. (I still have a very poor opinion about marketing, but now I see there are some aspects of it that are good).

  • Nick Lestat

    Nick Lestat

    2 жыл бұрын

    I bought one of his books online and it turned out to be signed!

  • Christopher Okhravi
    Christopher Okhravi6 жыл бұрын

    Super interesting. Added some books to the to-read shelves :)

  • Murphy loves me

    Murphy loves me

    3 жыл бұрын

    @Arwa Ahmed lol

  • Arwa Ahmed

    Arwa Ahmed

    3 жыл бұрын

    haha!@Murphy loves me

  • Murphy loves me

    Murphy loves me

    5 жыл бұрын

    which you will never read

  • Rick te Molder
    Rick te Molder2 жыл бұрын

    00:43 1st objective: how to sustain success 02:04 2nd: how to create growth 02:56 3rd: theories for decision making 06:23 Recovery from economic recessions 08:33 Four types of innovation: potential, sustaining, disruptive, efficiency 09:25 Potential innovations (No. 1) 12:00 Jobs to be done, milk shake case 23:25 Architecture of jobs to be done 28:55 Sustaining innovations (No. 2) 30:39 Disruptive innovations (No. 3) 36:20 Why incumbents don’t prevent being disrupted, personal computer case 41:18 The Innovator’s Dilemma 42:49 Toyota case 46:08 Q&A: which companies have successfully prevented disruption 48:33 Efficiency innovations (No. 4) 50:03 Why are we not able to keep the growth, financial ratios 1:00:53 Q&A: what metrics to use to break out of vicious cycle 1:02:13 Q&A: what jobs can humans do after AI revolution 1:05:37 Q&A: what causes disruption: technology, application, market effect 1:08:15 Q&A: how to explain high-end, top-down innovations like Uber, iPhone, Tesla 1:15:05 Q&A: How Will You Measure Your Life?

  • Zahidul Islam

    Zahidul Islam

    6 ай бұрын

    Great job, Rick. Your work is a good example of active listening.

  • Transformational Piano Life Coach

    Transformational Piano Life Coach

    7 ай бұрын

    Thank you

  • MMG


    Жыл бұрын

    Hey Rick, great tabulation of the presentation.

  • Mohammed Ali

    Mohammed Ali

    Жыл бұрын

    I like how the dude at 1:05:37 was essentially like "so snake oil doesn't cure anything, I get that, but is there a snake oil that can cure anything?" jj dude at 1:05:37 :)

  • Flip de Jonge

    Flip de Jonge

    2 жыл бұрын

    Great!! Thnx

  • Zahidul Islam
    Zahidul Islam6 ай бұрын

    Sad to see such a brilliant man struggling with his health problems. God bless you, professor

  • RCoronna
    RCoronna5 жыл бұрын

    This is an amazing talk and a highly recommended watch. True to form, Prof. Clayton is insightful, forward thinking and able to explain the theory and practical applications with clarity. This talk is engaging and offers a different perspective to the one currently being taught and practiced in many organisations. Prof. Clayton is an exceptional intellect and storyteller, his work and thinking is truly inspirational.

  • Robby Dyer
    Robby Dyer4 жыл бұрын

    Some takeaways. 1. The customer is not the right unit of analysis; the "job" needing to get done by "hiring" a product/service is. 2. Marketing with such "jobs" in mind is referred to as using potential innovations. 3. Entrants using disruptive innovations tend to defeat incumbents using sustaining innovations (which are still critically important). 4. Sustaining innovations make good things better, and are replicative in nature; important but not bulletproof. Often overshoot what the customer actually requires. 5. Incumbents survive disruptive entrants by also engaging in disruptive innovation on the side with completely independent business units. 6. Efficiency innovations do more with less, keeping a company competitive and increasing profits with the side effect of reducing jobs. 7. Outsourcing is easier than increasing profits, so companies outsource to improve their ratio. 8. Focusing on ratios is detrimental to national economic growth, which is critical for the market to prosper. 9. Disruptive innovations stimulate economic growth. Companies focusing only on efficiency innovations causes economic recessions.

  • Alvaro Jose Amor Padilla

    Alvaro Jose Amor Padilla

    Ай бұрын

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  • Jason Bulsa

    Jason Bulsa

    2 ай бұрын

    Use more common words. Give examples of each?

  • MeoConSlayer


    10 ай бұрын

    The first couple ideas he explained shorter in this video kzread.info/dash/bejne/iayrtMGNhNixlMY.html if anyone want a quick intro into disruptive innovation

  • kolton crane

    kolton crane

    10 ай бұрын

    Robby You make a good outline. It’s true companies have focused on ratios and have outsourced. It’s why the US had to beg China for masks in 2020 cause we outsource everything. Even The US military depend on china. What frustrates me is like some videos say how great and innovative Apple was. It’s like well lately they’ve not been. They’ve been caught doing planned obsolescence or when you update a phone it makes it slower. Tech is now making their product suck to make you buy it again. That’s not innovate.

  • kolton crane

    kolton crane

    10 ай бұрын

    Adrie a lot of shareholders demand instant returns. It’s why the market is royally facked! Like it’s why bershire Hathaway or whatever does better cause they buy companies and don’t take them public so they’re not focused on ratios and short term performance. We need a recession and 20% of companies are zombies barely paying interest. It’s what happens you suckle on the governments tit and focus short term.

  • neoaureus
    neoaureus3 жыл бұрын

    I just love this man....for his clarity and courage .

  • Carollyne B Rayner
    Carollyne B Rayner2 жыл бұрын

    What a wonderful and enlightening talk, great lessons for us all!

  • Edgar Cerecerez
    Edgar Cerecerez4 жыл бұрын

    This is the best marketing advice I’ve absorbed. So much respect for this man.

  • Magic Math Mandarin
    Magic Math Mandarin2 жыл бұрын

    Professor Christensen’s brilliance and humility come from his faith. Rarely do we encounter such originality, incredible thoughts combined with humor and humility. It is true faith that help create these. Thank you Professor Christensen. You are as alive as ever.

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    You are so right ! A deep study of his life will reveal the answers to our lives.

  • Sudhendu Pandey
    Sudhendu Pandey6 жыл бұрын

    He is such a humble guy. Every interview/session of his, he make sure he greats/appreciate the host.

  • Polina Kamarados

    Polina Kamarados

    Жыл бұрын


  • bigjigyeah
    bigjigyeah6 ай бұрын

    Easily one of the best Talks at Google. So much to learn packed in one speech

  • RU
    RU2 жыл бұрын

    He is one of the Best! Absolutely have tonnes of respect for him 🙏 Great talk and insights that can be implemented immediately to correct the course and steer forward to create growth and success! JTBD is powerful framework!! Thank you Clayton Christensen!

  • J R
    J R5 жыл бұрын

    This talk is just absolutely amazing. Insightful and Inspiring :)

  • no further west

    no further west

    Жыл бұрын

    Do you mind summing it up for me? What is the answer to the question: Where Does Growth Come From?

  • onyeka okonji
    onyeka okonji Жыл бұрын

    May God bless Prof Clayton. His books and talks are always impactful.

  • Open House Miami
    Open House Miami3 жыл бұрын

    Needed this talk today. Thank you Prof. Christensen.

  • knowledgdeseeker
    knowledgdeseeker2 жыл бұрын

    One of the best business strategy talk, filled with insights. Great Q&A as well.

  • Rowan Gontier
    Rowan Gontier6 жыл бұрын

    The talk reminds me of the importance of long term thinking. However, immensely successful disruptors can give the wrong impression about the realities of changing course. For the most part, the companies and individuals that stick to their knitting, and adapt over time, are the ones who are successful.

  • Aktien mit Kopf
    Aktien mit Kopf6 жыл бұрын

    great talk, great insights!

  • Paulo da Costa

    Paulo da Costa

    Жыл бұрын

    Vjx LyVb be y @:!

  • Michael C. Jakob

    Michael C. Jakob

    Жыл бұрын

    OMG 💜

  • Zentu


    Жыл бұрын

    Du auch hier? :D

  • George Ealasaid
    George Ealasaid2 жыл бұрын

    What a kind soul. RIP, Clayton.

  • Michael Hands
    Michael Hands3 жыл бұрын

    Even after his stroke, he speaks more clearly than I, on a good day, can think- And the last 5 minutes.. Wow!

  • José Alí Vivas
    José Alí Vivas Жыл бұрын

    A great master and as his books brings to us very powerful mind set to make successful decisions. Thank You, Professor wherever you are.

  • Novihacks
    Novihacks3 жыл бұрын

    enjoyed the whole talk, thank you for uploading this. Interesting thoughts and a lot ive learned just from this one video.

  • Ajay Chopra
    Ajay Chopra2 жыл бұрын

    A very humble human being, with a very deep practical insight of his research know -how. Truly immense learning to listen / understand his perspective.

  • Jorge Garcia de Alba
    Jorge Garcia de Alba2 ай бұрын

    I am happy I was able to see this amazing presentation.

  • DesignsnPrints
    DesignsnPrints6 жыл бұрын

    These "Talks at Google" are making a big impact on my life. Now I have to read all his books!

  • Solar Talkers

    Solar Talkers

    2 жыл бұрын

    Lol! Same here

  • Wilhelm Tell
    Wilhelm Tell2 жыл бұрын

    Every successful company needs to hear and understand these principles. Clayton predicted Intel's fall 10 years ago.

  • Christine Esser
    Christine Esser4 жыл бұрын

    Amazing man and amazing speech. Thank you for sharing this.

  • John Adams
    John Adams Жыл бұрын

    Thanks professor Clay Christensen. Everytime I goto to bed I'm listening to your great lecture. Your theory some how changed the way I think in my life. RIP. Prof Clay..

  • Anuj Chawla
    Anuj Chawla5 жыл бұрын

    God bless you, you are a great man. I am so inspired by you and your books. Thank you.

  • Katie Kat
    Katie Kat2 ай бұрын

    He may have had some trouble speaking because of his stroke but he mind is working extremely fast. You can tell by how witty he is and how quickly he can come up with answers to questions along with what seems like he knows every company in detail off the top of his head so his memory was working really well too. This is the first time I have seen him and I'm so sad to see all the RIP's. He looks very young to have had so many health problem and to have passed away. What a great talk!!

  • Michael Hasenstein
    Michael Hasenstein6 жыл бұрын

    Perfect ending. Worth watching just for the last 4 minutes.

  • Unbound Steam

    Unbound Steam

    Жыл бұрын

    True dude

  • Stephen Abracadabra

    Stephen Abracadabra

    Жыл бұрын

    It was indeed an absolute eye-opener, and a great way to end the talk.

  • Hassan Erwa
    Hassan Erwa4 жыл бұрын

    Splendid, I like the last four minutes of how to apply the disruptive theory in our family life , ...very useful

  • eduardo rojas
    eduardo rojas5 жыл бұрын

    08:36 Intro to 4 types of innovation 09:29 Type 1. Potential innovation 29:11 Type 2. Sustaining products 30:40 Type 3. Disruption 31:45 What is disruption?

  • Peter Yao
    Peter Yao5 жыл бұрын

    How can anyone even give this video a thumbs down! Awesome awesome talk

  • Zahidul Islam

    Zahidul Islam

    6 ай бұрын

    Simple. Thumbs pointing to their own intellectual level of understanding.

  • Ramesh Errabolu
    Ramesh Errabolu Жыл бұрын

    Didn't know about him until I watched this lecture. I loved what he said in the last 5 minutes, something to digest

    Dr RAMANAND YADAV4 жыл бұрын

    Great talk with contemporary insight of the behaviour an economy shows in special cases of cycles.

  • Shobhit Mohanty
    Shobhit Mohanty2 жыл бұрын

    It's so sad that the quality of the talk, has not been matched by the quality of the video. Please show the slides in full screen to bring out full value of Mr Christensen's fantastic lecture. Thank you

  • Deborah Lee
    Deborah Lee6 жыл бұрын

    One of the most insightful yet humble speakers I've seen in a long time.

  • Francis Ayivi
    Francis Ayivi4 жыл бұрын

    Very insightful talk. Worth every minute!

  • Rupaal Singh
    Rupaal Singh6 жыл бұрын

    Hats off to u sir.... U sir are inspirational

  • Andrzej Dworak
    Andrzej Dworak Жыл бұрын

    Great talk and the last 5 minutes blew my mind!

  • Malay Hazarika
    Malay Hazarika2 жыл бұрын

    Great talk. By this analysis what Tesla and SpaceX is doing is absolutely perfect.

  • Elsy Alvarez
    Elsy Alvarez2 жыл бұрын

    I am just reading his work now and its such an inspiration!

  • amitkr
    amitkr6 жыл бұрын

    wow!! its amazing to hear these thoughts (especially after he told the audience about his loss of speech situation!)

  • LJM
    LJM9 ай бұрын

    Very interesting! Enjoyed it and learnt a lot!

  • Leo F
    Leo F4 жыл бұрын

    it is the most insightful speech ever!

  • Justus Kirigua
    Justus Kirigua4 жыл бұрын

    what a great way to explain how we use the wrong metrics to measure our lives. Amazing!!

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    So right Justus. Study his life deeply and you will find clear answers for your own life v

  • stephen otieno
    stephen otieno3 жыл бұрын

    Oh my goodness, what a resourceful and brilliant prof. I acquired more things in an hour than I ever imagined.

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    And the deepest answers can be found by studying his life and talks on all subjects v

  • Realising Potential
    Realising Potential5 жыл бұрын

    Inspiring and insightful

  • Josh Lee
    Josh Lee2 ай бұрын

    RIP Professor. Thank you for your contributions.

  • Shyam A
    Shyam A3 ай бұрын

    The answer to the last question on how to measure your life is such a perfect extension of how the metrics enabled short term success and optimizing for that metric ended up costing them long term success. Beautiful mind.

  • Konstantinos Platis
    Konstantinos Platis5 жыл бұрын

    ..enormous respect for this person.....

  • Victor Antonio
    Victor Antonio Жыл бұрын

    Brilliant talk...so sorry to hear of his passing.

  • Rohit Bhardwaj
    Rohit Bhardwaj5 жыл бұрын

    Great!! Specially the last 5 minutes. Just sums up our lives.

  • SuperbMood
    SuperbMood2 жыл бұрын

    An outstanding talk. What professor Clayton says moves perspectives.

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    Yes he has a perspective that comes from listening to spiritual guidance. Study his life and you will be inspired.

  • Particle Config.
    Particle Config.2 жыл бұрын

    Lovely and insightful guy with humor. Love it.

  • Chip Spencer
    Chip Spencer5 ай бұрын

    Superb. Loved the part about how will you measure your life.

  • Clyde Cessna
    Clyde Cessna5 жыл бұрын

    A great man at his best.

  • arkoraa
    arkoraa5 жыл бұрын

    The man speaks better with half a brain than I do with a healthy brain ...

  • Nick Voutsas

    Nick Voutsas

    10 ай бұрын

    He has a kindness and humour when he speaks

  • RU


    2 жыл бұрын

    He is amazing and he has left a great wealth of knowledge for us and for posterity!!

  • Particle Config.

    Particle Config.

    2 жыл бұрын

    how do you know it's healthy LOL =D

  • Jeremy Bechthold

    Jeremy Bechthold

    4 жыл бұрын

    right? he is amazing.

  • Claire M
    Claire M Жыл бұрын

    Very elucidating talk. May he rest in peace. 🙏🏻

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    There is more to learn by studying his life Claire.

  • NBME Answers
    NBME Answers4 жыл бұрын

    @21:39 Prof Christensen is a hero. So humble. So insightful. So open & honest. A very special man.

  • Class 2D
    Class 2D2 жыл бұрын

    Thanks for sharing, your knowledge will live forever

  • akshay R kumar
    akshay R kumar5 жыл бұрын

    amazing thoughts, provokes to think in the right way to get ahead in business:)

  • Dave
    Dave Жыл бұрын

    An incredible mind at work. Just wonderful.

  • Ravi kommina
    Ravi kommina4 жыл бұрын

    Thought provoking bussines. I am applying those principles in my bussiness. Thank u for ur information.

  • chris
    chris Жыл бұрын

    This man did not loose his sense of humour.

  • Manoj Jain
    Manoj Jain2 жыл бұрын

    Great Talk. Really enjoyed it. Specially the answer to the final question

  • Kirsten Outzen
    Kirsten Outzen2 жыл бұрын

    He's talking to a very young audience. I wonder how many put their social world view and political pressure above the sound management theories he talks about.

  • steenie
    steenie10 ай бұрын

    This talk is more relevant today than ever. We’re seeing these ideas in real time with the labor market right now. RIP

  • multiflasking
    multiflasking Жыл бұрын

    Having studied marketing for a short while this, so far, has blown my mind, along with marketing curriculum I just studied, away.

  • siddharth r
    siddharth r Жыл бұрын

    Beautifully concluded!

  • neoaureus
    neoaureus3 жыл бұрын

    The milkshake sentence is by far one of the funniest AND most brilliant things( at the same time) I've heard in my 44 year life.....hats off

  • Ekanem
    Ekanem Жыл бұрын

    Amazing Talk! RIP Professor

  • Shashi GuruFocus
    Shashi GuruFocus2 жыл бұрын

    Rest in Peace professor!

  • w0mbles
    w0mbles Жыл бұрын

    With all respect to Professor Christensen (RIP), he got it very wrong on Huawei and Samsung. He believed, incorrectly, that those companies could simply copy and undermine Apple on cost. But, 5 years on, Apple has gone from strength to strength, and takes almost all the profit in the entire smart phone industry. The Professor, like many others, misjudged Apple's value proposition. Apple hasn't gone low-end in that time: it has pushed the industry to its price-points, not the other way around. (And no, I'm not a fan of Apple as a company. Sanctimonious tax-avoiders that they are. But, credit where due.)

  • Ghaffar Ellis
    Ghaffar Ellis6 жыл бұрын

    There should be an accreditation attached to this presentation which is a perfect 10/10 must see for startups.

  • Ed Cruz
    Ed Cruz6 жыл бұрын

    It was worth my time - every minute of it, but the last 4 minutes are transformational - thank you

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    Study more of his life Ed if you will.

  • friend4no1
    friend4no111 ай бұрын

    One of the best professor , I studied at HBS.

  • Tauheed Ahmad
    Tauheed Ahmad2 ай бұрын

    Such committment to the discipline. Salutes professor

  • Michael Moser
    Michael Moser6 жыл бұрын

    Great talk, now at 46:08 he says that companies can survive disruption by setting up independent divisions with new processes for producing new, potentially disrupting products. Interesting if Google has set up Alphabet Inc. based on this advice, or was that earlier ? Is Alphabet now seen as a successful initiative, or is it too early to judge ?

  • kaiwen123
    kaiwen1236 жыл бұрын

    very inspiring!

  • Keith Greatz
    Keith Greatz Жыл бұрын

    1 hour 4 mins in... this talk is amazing!!!!

  • ArcticPoise
    ArcticPoise Жыл бұрын

    I think the solution started off right, "the problem with management is theyre too good at their jobs", the problem with sustaining innovation you need chaos to balance your order, chaos can be in many froms from a company pivoting to a different kind of business model. For example start ups are the opposite of typical large corporations, they are chaotic, they can pivot relatively quickly, they arent bound to relative constraints. Also a point, seems like he was wrong about his Tesla prediction, it seems more likely now, Tesla will buy other car automakers.

  • Carlos Rosario
    Carlos Rosario2 жыл бұрын

    Great man! Thanks for this valuable content!

  • Michael Pearson
    Michael Pearson6 жыл бұрын

    It's a theory about competitive response. In some instances, it takes the form of the competition not caring and hence not responding until it's way too late. In other instances, like in the Uber example, it is laws and infrastructure that keep the big guys from being able to respond in time. In the Tesla example, the job that needed to be done at first was that some of the hippies got rich and needed a way to show how much they loved the trees. The more expensive and impressive, the better. Tesla was competing against non-consumption in that way. Their reputation is what has enabled them to be successful up until now. But, even though the competition may have been skeptical at first, they are now jealous of the attention and actually doing something to move into that market, and Tesla has some great risk ahead of it. But how fast will their response be? The infrastructure and research is difficult to catch up with, so Tesla might survive after all. Will the other car companies build their own Gigafactories? I don't think Tesla will sell batteries to them, because they can't even meet their own demand yet. The basic principle is that startups need to build momentum in order to survive. If they have enough momentum, it will carry them into new markets and clear anything out of their path, including the monolithic establishments. In order to build momentum, they need room first. So the time that a startup has to obtain critical mass or escape velocity would be something like T_C T_A is the time it takes for the establishment to become aware that they are threatened T_J is the time it takes for them to adjust their infrastructure to be able to handle the threat Critical velocity is achieved when the startup is growing too fast for the future iterations of T_A and T_J to ever be lower again. That's the basic principle, I think. These are pretty loose terms, but this is how I think about it. The real value I have gained from the "Innovator's Dilemma" is the idea that the time it takes for big companies to become aware of a threat can be surprisingly long. The more timid people are, the more they depend on metrics and short-term assurances. When an entity only has things to lose, they develop a certain fear that can lead them to overvalue guaranteed, short-term success. There are some industries that attract disruption more than others because T_A and T_J are so high. Education is one of them. Space is another. The car industry. Banks. Basically, every entrenched institution that tends to attract insecure people who crave guaranteed outcomes. Those are, ironically, the industries that are at the highest risk of being disrupted. But some of them are protected by the general population. The consumers have to believe that the product that the establishment offers isn't made of magic. With space, it took some time for people to believe that a private company could do a good job. With electric cars, people believe(d) that gasoline cars are the sacred way of moving, and nothing could ever be better. With education, people's superstitions are obvious. These can be factored into some kind of relation that gives the expected amount of time for an industry to be disrupted, but it's a little complicated and I don't have the time to figure that out right now. It would be interesting, though. When all is said and done, I think that the way Elon Musk has gone about it might end up being studied in textbooks. He managed to stay under the radar for a few years before the auto industry started to actually take him seriously. What's the difference between that and going after the rebar? The number of cars he has produced before being taken seriously has been significant. We will see if it is enough to let Tesla scale up and beat the rest of the auto industry before they get there in time to stop it.

  • Hazdude


    5 жыл бұрын

    Yes it's the Tesla gigafactories that came to my mind when RONA was discussed. It's that sort of long term investment that puts Tesla at an advantage compared to the incumbents. I think Christensen's point about the market being taken out from under them by a low cost company with a disruptive business model is still valid, and something to consider for Tesla's long term (15-20 year) future .

  • Matthew Quilty
    Matthew Quilty2 жыл бұрын

    This is a fantastic talk, a very interesting way of thinking about things. Does anyone know if the slides from this talk are available anywhere??

  • Matthew Quilty

    Matthew Quilty

    2 жыл бұрын

    Found these slides for a talk he did in 2018 on similar topics. It is not an exact copy of this talk but many of the key slides are in there: www.innosight.com/insight/leading-transformation-ceo-summit-munich-2018/

  • 1WaySafe
    1WaySafe5 жыл бұрын

    I am happy I woke up to watch this. you know your stuff.

  • golden1a
    golden1a6 жыл бұрын

    Great talk! Thanks for sharing!

  • Phil Doyle
    Phil Doyle2 жыл бұрын

    Vale Prof Clayton Christensen. This is hands down the best talk ever.

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    There is so much more Phil if you study his life and talks amigo.

  • boston1977boston
    boston1977boston2 жыл бұрын

    Heroic of him to give this talk while going through chemo and after experiencing a stroke.

  • Grateful


    Жыл бұрын

    His strength is super natural. Study his life Boston and you will receive more.

  • ZENNology of Everything
    ZENNology of Everything6 жыл бұрын

    amazing man! thanks for the information!! Keep coming back with Golden knowledge nuggets!

  • Chandrajit Satapathy
    Chandrajit Satapathy8 ай бұрын

    Rest in peace genius.

  • caviper1
    caviper18 ай бұрын

    Very good talk. Learned a lot.

  • Zahidul Islam
    Zahidul Islam6 ай бұрын

    What I thought is about the impression you have left on me. Didn’t know that you yourself have left this world forever. RIP professor.

  • Jorge Castano
    Jorge Castano Жыл бұрын

    What a wonderful and wise man he was. Thanks for sharing.

  • Mr. Numi Who
    Mr. Numi Who4 ай бұрын

    Interesting is his 'what gets the job done' perspective for product innovation, and he gives concrete examples, but... he misses the non-concrete, such as frivolous fashion and clueless status, so add those to your list. You could call them 'psychological needs' rather than physical. On a deeper philosophical note, near the beginning he mentions the cyclic nature of economic recessions, but he does not know why they happen. At the most fundamental level, they happen because of Continued Universal Human Cluelessness (as defined by the Philosophy of Broader Survival). Being clueless, humans are driven by the Miseries of Clueless (read the philosophy), which includes Frivolous Fashion. Now, when a frivolous fashion runs it course, an economic recession sets in while humans wait for someone to invent the next frivolous fashion (to spend money on). So far, such clueless people have been what I call the Pillars of Capitalism - people who buy and consume frivolous, fashionable things that they physically do not need. That is no way to go forward as a species (read the philosophy), since it is ultimately suicidal. All that said, innovations do render reigning corporations moot, when the corporations' products or services (here in a frivolously fashionable and clueless world) are no longer desired or needed.

  • Multi Monitor Computer
    Multi Monitor Computer5 жыл бұрын

    what a great man, great talk, wow