Browsing All posts tagged under »Harvard Business Review«

HBR Video: Disrupt Yourself

July 26, 2012


Success used to be related to experience, knowledge, and skill. A few things have changed. The world of work is increasingly complex—uncertain and volatile, global and diverse—and information is easier to access. As a result, experience and knowledge are less relevant, whereas the capacities to learn and adapt, be resilient, and connect with others have become […]

Disruptive Innovation Explained

July 23, 2012


Clay Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and the world’s most influential management guru according to the Thinkers50, lays out his landmark theory of disruptive innovation as portrayed in the book The Innovator’s Dilemma .

Leadership Secrets of Steve Jobs

May 22, 2012


Walter Isaacson, the author of Steve Jobs biography prepared a lengthy article in the April 2012 Harvard Business Review. He captured fourteen leadership lessons of the innovation icon. I have distilled them here with the most salient Job’s quotes. 1. Focus. “Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do.” 2. Simplify. “Simplicity is […]