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  • Disruptor's Dilemma Case Analysis

    Introduction In the mid to late 1990’s, the term “disruptive technology” was first used by Clayton Christiansen in his Harvard Business Review article Disruptive Technology. Since then, the term has grown to encompass a great deal. People also increasingly use it to mean more than what Mr. Christiansen originally described it to be. In fact, he looks back and feels that the words he used were not the best choice to describe his theory. To gain a better understanding of what this, or any, term means, the first place to go is the dictionary. In the case of Christiansen’s theory, the words disruptive, technology, and innovation are at the foundation. According to Merriam-Webster (2016) disruptive is defined “to cause (something) to be unable…

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  • Responses To Disruptive Strategic Innovation

    Business strategies have been evolving with the course of time. In the last 20 years, there has been modifications in the business strategies that affect customers and competitors. As well, as the development of new IT systems and innovations in the business field. Customers and competitors weren’t the same in 1995 as they are today. Competition has been at the heart of corporate strategy. Today, one can hardly speak of strategy without involving the language of competition, as dictated in…

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  • The Importance Of Cyber Security

    Qualitative case studies on the topic of cyber security highlight the need for further research in the area of cyber security awareness as attacks occur more frequently in our world. Case studies reviewed demonstrate how widespread the problem is, and the impact cyber attacks bring to businesses across the globe. When studies on cyber security and cyber attacks combined with the all too real fact that the general public is mal-informed as to their responsibility to become educated in cyber…

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  • Speedy Checkout Reflection Paper

    The traditional way of checking out is currently waiting in line to access a self-checkout machine or have a cashier help you. The process of completing a transaction typically adds a reasonable amount of time people spend at the front of the store. People across the world continue to wait in long lines. People shop at a minimum of once a month for food. The main issue many people dislike about shopping is waiting in line and trying to find the correct items. My disruptive technology is to have…

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  • The Innovator's Dilemma Essay

    One key lesson I learned from this course is that companies focusing on both sustaining and disruptive innovations can become successful industry leaders. In Chapter 7 of The Innovator 's Dilemma, Harvard professor Clayton Christensen expounds upon the power of disruptive innovation, which arises in what industry incumbents have overlooked as “unattractive or inconsequential markets” (Christensen). These types of innovations can, over time, expand and capture more market share, displacing titans…

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  • Disruptive Innovation In The Cell Phone Industry

    Disruptive innovation As of late 20th century, pursuit of sustaining innovation has been the major objective in benchmarking and achieving R&D under rapidly globalised world. In essence, it is the pursuit of efficient product access methods and the continuous global demand of change in product variety which allows disruptive innovation to both a benefit of providing newly decreased marginal utility and value propositions (Adner 2002) to high end product and services which otherwise would only…

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  • Imax Innovation Case Study

    This class, though we spent the majority of time talking about innovation, both sustaining and disruptive, was at its heart a class about convergence. In layman’s terms, convergence is the coming together of two or more distinct entities or experiences. There are three main lenses through which we at convergence, technological, economic, and cultural. Technological convergence occurs when existing technologies come together in a way that inspires new use or creates new applications. An example…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Day At College

    Today was a slow day, but very education. I am finding that out that my time at CTLC is better spent watching than actually doing things. When I walked into the double door facility I seen the usual faces, and I greeted them as I made my way back to my little small cubical office. When I arrived at my office about two minutes after greeting several people, I noticed a small green sticky note that was on my desk from the day prior. The note was to remind me about the Homeless Alliance meeting at…

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  • Summary Of Orientation By Daniel Orozco

    Orozco, a new employee is introduced to his office and the workspace which he is going to working in. However, while the story is told from the perspective of the main character, throughout the story there is almost no focus on the main character, but instead on the people who he will be working around and interacting with in the future with in the office. The narrative in this story is from the person who is giving the new employee a tour of the office, and telling him different things about…

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  • Jim Halpert: A Tragic Hero

    You can find heros in almost anyone, perhaps your parents, your friend, and even your favorite actor from a TV show. When you think about heros usually the first type that comes to mind is, Spiderman, Deadpool, Batman, and Firefighters. Yes, they are heroes, but they are the typical heroes found in movies. No one ever really thinks about those heroes that are in your favorite TV shows or Romantic Comedy movies or even heroes found in your everyday life. Each hero is different and fall into one…

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