Innovation often begins with a question. In fact, disruptive innovators ask more questions than non-innovators—and their questions tend to be more provocative. That’s what we found in a recent eight-year research project. Our study unveiled five innovation skills (associational thinking, observing, idea networking, experimenting and questioning) that anyone, including CEOs, can use to discover disruptive new business models, products, services and processes. Of these five … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Clayton M. Christensen, Hal Gregersen, Jeffrey Dyer | Source: Chief Executive | Subject: Innovation
Jeffrey Dyer, Hal Gregersen, and Clayton Christensen build on what we know about disruptive innovation to show how individuals can develop the skills necessary to move progressively from idea to impact.
By identifying behaviors of the world’s best innovators—from leaders at Amazon and Apple to those at Google, Skype, and Virgin Group—the authors outline five discovery skills that distinguish innovative entrepreneurs and executives from ordinary managers: … [ Read more ]
Content: Book | Author: Jeffrey Dyer | Subject: Innovation
In The Innovator’s DNA, co-authors Jeffrey Dyer, Hal Gregersen, and Clayton Christensen built on what is known about disruptive innovation to show how individuals can develop the skills necessary to move from idea to impact. Through their research on the world’s best innovators these authors have identified five key skills that differentiate great innovators.
In this interactive Harvard Business Review webinar, Dyer describes these five key … [ Read more ]
Content: Multimedia Content | Authors: Angelia Herrin, Jeffrey Dyer | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subject: Innovation
A major new study involving some 3,500 executives has highlighted the key skills that innovative and creative entrepreneurs need to develop. The six-year-long research into disruptive innovation by INSEAD professor Hal Gregersen, Jeffrey Dyer of Brigham Young University and Clayton Christensen of Harvard, outlines five ‘discovery’ skills you need. But, says Gregersen, you don’t have to be ‘great in everything.’
Content: Article | Authors: Clayton M. Christensen, Hal Gregersen, Jeffrey Dyer | Source: INSEAD Knowledge | Subject: Innovation