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New on The Disruptive Voice is a conversation with Julia Freeland Fisher about building and strengthening students’ networks! Hosted by @mhorn1999, Julia builds on the statement, “Opportunity really sits at the intersection of what you know and who you know.” They discuss the important distinctions between our strong and weak tie networks; innovation in education; the Cadillac vs the KIA of mentoring organizations and strategies; performance metrics; The Christensen Institute’s new playbook designed to build and strengthen students’ networks, and more! The disruption story here lies in exploiting technology’s competitive advantage to diversify our weak tie networks - visit the link in our profile to learn more!

New on The Disruptive Voice is a conversation with Julia Freeland Fisher about building and strengthening students’ networks! Hosted by @mhorn1999, Julia builds on the statement, “Opportunity really sits at the intersection of what you know and who you know.” They discuss the important distinctions between our strong and weak tie networks; innovation in education; the Cadillac vs the KIA of mentoring organizations and strategies; performance metrics; The Christensen Institute’s new playbook designed to build and strengthen students’ networks, and more! The disruption story here lies in exploiting technology’s competitive advantage to diversify our weak tie networks - visit the link in our profile to learn more! #DisruptiveInnovation #education #EdTechThatConnects #whoyouknow #socialcapital #TheStrengthOfWeakTies #authenticassessment #networks #InspiredByClay

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Congratulations @harvardhbs Class of 2021! 🎉

Congratulations @harvardhbs Class of 2021! 🎉 #HBS2021

 
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In this newly-released episode of The Disruptive Voice, John de Souza discusses his experiences and insights as Co-Founder & President at @ampleteam, a company whose mission is to accelerate the transition to electric mobility through the offering of an energy delivery solution that is as fast, as convenient, and as cheap as gas! This is accomplished by delivering energy to electric vehicles through modular battery swapping. Ample’s swapping stations require no construction and take up only two parking spots, the swapping process is fully automated, and the company’s future-proof batteries adapt to any electric vehicle. Visit the link in our profile to learn more about this market-creating innovation, John’s vision for Ample, and the future of transportation!

In this newly-released episode of The Disruptive Voice, John de Souza discusses his experiences and insights as Co-Founder & President at @ampleteam, a company whose mission is to accelerate the transition to electric mobility through the offering of an energy delivery solution that is as fast, as convenient, and as cheap as gas! This is accomplished by delivering energy to electric vehicles through modular battery swapping. Ample’s swapping stations require no construction and take up only two parking spots, the swapping process is fully automated, and the company’s future-proof batteries adapt to any electric vehicle. Visit the link in our profile to learn more about this market-creating innovation, John’s vision for Ample, and the future of transportation! #InterdependenceAndModularity #JTBD #DisruptiveInnovation #MarketCreatingInnovation #electricvehicles #evs #ElectricMobility #batteryswapping #SwappingStations #technology #Innovation #renewableenergy #TheFutureOfTransportation #InspiredByClay

In this episode of The Disruptive Voice, Innosight’s David Duncan, hosted by Scott Anthony, discusses his newly-released book, The Secret Lives of Customers: A Detective Story About Solving the Mystery of Customer Behavior. In this page-turning mystery, Dave addresses the conundrum that though more data than ever before is widely available, most still find it challenging to understand who their customers really are, why they act as they do, and what they really want. Learning to think like a market detective can help to answer these questions & more! Visit the link in our profile to listen.

In this episode of The Disruptive Voice, Innosight’s David Duncan, hosted by Scott Anthony, discusses his newly-released book, The Secret Lives of Customers: A Detective Story About Solving the Mystery of Customer Behavior. In this page-turning mystery, Dave addresses the conundrum that though more data than ever before is widely available, most still find it challenging to understand who their customers really are, why they act as they do, and what they really want. Learning to think like a market detective can help to answer these questions & more! Visit the link in our profile to listen. #jobstobedone #JTBD #SecretLivesOfCustomers #MarketMystery #SmallDataBigData #LanguageMethodMindset #SharedLanguage #NotRedInkButBlueInk #InspiredByClay

“Competitiveness is far more about doing what customers value than doing what you think you’re good at. And staying competitive as the basis of competition shifts necessarily requires a willingness and ability to learn new things rather than clinging hopefully to the sources of past glory. The challenge for incumbent companies is to rebuild their ships while at sea, rather than dismantling themselves plank by plank while someone else builds a new, faster boat with what they cast overboard as detritus.”

“Competitiveness is far more about doing what customers value than doing what you think you’re good at. And staying competitive as the basis of competition shifts necessarily requires a willingness and ability to learn new things rather than clinging hopefully to the sources of past glory. The challenge for incumbent companies is to rebuild their ships while at sea, rather than dismantling themselves plank by plank while someone else builds a new, faster boat with what they cast overboard as detritus.” #ClayQuote #InnovatorsSolution #InspiredByClay

 
New on The Disruptive Voice is a conversation with Efosa Ojomo about innovative strategies for creating new markets in emerging economies. Efosa speaks not only about the tremendous opportunities surrounding market-creating innovations, helping would-be entrepreneurs to see prospects for building and sustaining successful enterprises where they might least expect them, but also about demystifying the process, debunking false narratives and empowering entrepreneurs to launch such innovative and market-creating ventures in emerging markets. Visit the link in our profile to listen!

New on The Disruptive Voice is a conversation with Efosa Ojomo about innovative strategies for creating new markets in emerging economies. Efosa speaks not only about the tremendous opportunities surrounding market-creating innovations, helping would-be entrepreneurs to see prospects for building and sustaining successful enterprises where they might least expect them, but also about demystifying the process, debunking false narratives and empowering entrepreneurs to launch such innovative and market-creating ventures in emerging markets. Visit the link in our profile to listen! #MarketCreatingInnovations #EmergingEconomies #Innovation #GlobalProsperity #ProsperityParadox #BSSE #InspiredByClay

Talenia Phua Gajardo is Founder & CEO of @theartling, an arts consultancy and online gallery focused on highlighting the best of contemporary art and design from both emerging and established studios and galleries across the globe. In this new episode of The Disruptive Voice, Talenia discusses steps she’s taken to steer The Artling through choppy coronavirus waters; her thoughts on why people hire art and design; the importance of trust in this age of increasing e-commerce; how she’s thinking about scaling her organization; the experience of art in-person versus through online platforms; and the future of the arts industry! Visit the link in our profile to listen.

Talenia Phua Gajardo is Founder & CEO of @theartling, an arts consultancy and online gallery focused on highlighting the best of contemporary art and design from both emerging and established studios and galleries across the globe. In this new episode of The Disruptive Voice, Talenia discusses steps she’s taken to steer The Artling through choppy coronavirus waters; her thoughts on why people hire art and design; the importance of trust in this age of increasing e-commerce; how she’s thinking about scaling her organization; the experience of art in-person versus through online platforms; and the future of the arts industry! Visit the link in our profile to listen. #JTBD #Art #contemporaryart #Design #interiordesign #photography #Painting #Sculpture #onlinegallery #ArtsConsultancy #theartling #ecommerce #augmentedreality @hbsexeced #DisruptiveInnovation #coronaviruspandemic #leadingincrisis #LeadingNewVentures #InspiredByClay

“An idea that is disruptive to one business may be sustaining to another. Given the stark odds that favor the incumbents in the sustaining race but entrants in disruptive ones, we recommend a strict rule: If your idea for a product or business appears disruptive to some established companies but might represent a sustaining improvement for others, then you should go back to the drawing board. You need to define an opportunity that is disruptive relative to all the established players in the targeted market or you should not invest in the idea. If it is a sustaining Innovation relative to the business model of a significant incumbent, you are picking a fight you are very unlikely to win.”

“An idea that is disruptive to one business may be sustaining to another. Given the stark odds that favor the incumbents in the sustaining race but entrants in disruptive ones, we recommend a strict rule: If your idea for a product or business appears disruptive to some established companies but might represent a sustaining improvement for others, then you should go back to the drawing board. You need to define an opportunity that is disruptive relative to all the established players in the targeted market or you should not invest in the idea. If it is a sustaining Innovation relative to the business model of a significant incumbent, you are picking a fight you are very unlikely to win.” #ClayQuote #TheInnovatorsSolution #DisruptiveInnovation #InspiredByClay

 
Many students of Clayton Christensen’s will be familiar with the US Steel case, which tells the story of the minimills’ low-end disruption, entering the market with rebar and then steadily moving up-market. In this episode of The Disruptive Voice, we highlight another great example of a low-end disruptor, @norsktitanium. The company’s CEO, Michael Canario, discusses Norsk’s humble beginnings in Norway; the many benefits of its innovative and enabling technology, Rapid Plasma Deposition; and how management is looking to the minimill playbook as it charts its course to higher ends of the market! Visit the link in our profile to listen.

Many students of Clayton Christensen’s will be familiar with the US Steel case, which tells the story of the minimills’ low-end disruption, entering the market with rebar and then steadily moving up-market. In this episode of The Disruptive Voice, we highlight another great example of a low-end disruptor, @norsktitanium. The company’s CEO, Michael Canario, discusses Norsk’s humble beginnings in Norway; the many benefits of its innovative and enabling technology, Rapid Plasma Deposition; and how management is looking to the minimill playbook as it charts its course to higher ends of the market! Visit the link in our profile to listen. #DisruptiveInnovation #LowEndDisruption #JTBD #titanium #MetalForging #NorskTitanium #nti #RapidPlasmaDeposition #NTiRPD #ForgingDripByDrip #InspiredByClay

We’re delighted to begin a new season of The Disruptive Voice with BSSE alumna Anna Marie Wagner, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at @ginkgobioworks! Hosted by Derek van Bever, Anna Marie discusses the transformative potential of bioengineering and the work her company is doing to help facilitate it. Visit the link in our profile to listen to this rich discussion on bioengineering at scale!

We’re delighted to begin a new season of The Disruptive Voice with BSSE alumna Anna Marie Wagner, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at @ginkgobioworks! Hosted by Derek van Bever, Anna Marie discusses the transformative potential of bioengineering and the work her company is doing to help facilitate it. Visit the link in our profile to listen to this rich discussion on bioengineering at scale! #DisruptiveInnovation #biotechnology #bioengineering #syntheticbiology #rpps #InterdependenceAndModularity #InspiredByClay @hbsalumni

“Andy Jassy never had Clay as a teacher here, but he reached out to him when he came to campus in 2008 for a reunion, right around the time @amazon was launching @amazonwebservices. One of the many remarkable things about Clay was that, while he was one of the world’s busiest people, he always somehow seemed available when people needed to see him...” To read the full @harvardhbs news story, “From Harvard Business School to Amazon: A Q&A with Derek van Bever on His Conversation with Andy Jassy”, visit the link in our profile!

“Andy Jassy never had Clay as a teacher here, but he reached out to him when he came to campus in 2008 for a reunion, right around the time @amazon was launching @amazonwebservices. One of the many remarkable things about Clay was that, while he was one of the world’s busiest people, he always somehow seemed available when people needed to see him...” To read the full @harvardhbs news story, “From Harvard Business School to Amazon: A Q&A with Derek van Bever on His Conversation with Andy Jassy”, visit the link in our profile! #InspiredByClay #aws #MarketCreatingInnovation #DisruptiveInnovation

 
New on The Disruptive Voice is a fascinating conversation about remodeling venture capital with @hainnovation CEO, Elliott Parker. Hosted by Anibha Singh, they discuss Elliott’s time working with Clay at Innosight, the concept of a venture studio, partnering with leading organizations to innovate through startup creation, and more! Visit the link in our profile to listen.

New on The Disruptive Voice is a fascinating conversation about remodeling venture capital with @hainnovation CEO, Elliott Parker. Hosted by Anibha Singh, they discuss Elliott’s time working with Clay at Innosight, the concept of a venture studio, partnering with leading organizations to innovate through startup creation, and more! Visit the link in our profile to listen. #DisruptiveInnovation #venturecapital #VentureStudio #InspiredByClay

We love this recent post by friend of The Forum & co-architect of the JTBD framework with Clay, the one and only @bmoesta - “I always have my mentors looking over my shoulders.”

We love this recent post by friend of The Forum & co-architect of the JTBD framework with Clay, the one and only @bmoesta - “I always have my mentors looking over my shoulders.” #JTBD #InspiredByClay #NowInspiringOthers

 

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