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Best Clay Christensen S Forum For Growth podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The Disruptive Voice explores the theories of disruptive innovation across a broad set of industries and circumstances with academics, researchers, and practitioners who have been inspired and taught by Harvard Business School Professor Clayton M. Christensen, the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration and one of the world’s top experts on growth and innovation. For more information, email fgi@hbs.edu. BSSE = Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise, Professor Clayton M. Ch ...
 
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The holidays are always a time of reflection and here at The Forum we’re looking inward to understand why people hire Harvard Business School to earn an MBA. Derek van Bever, Director of The Forum for Growth & Innovation, is joined in the studio by Community Manager, Katie Zandbergen, and Research Associate, Iulia Mogosanu, to discuss a researc ...…
 
This week on The Disruptive Voice we bring you a conversation between Cliff Maxwell and Ned Calder on the electrification of the auto industry -- or, more broadly, the mobility industry -- using the theories of Disruption and Jobs To Be Done. As a partner at Innosight, where he has worked for over a decade, Ned has consciously applied these the ...…
 
This week on The Disruptive Voice, we are joined in the studio by Hari Nair, a longtime member of Clay World and one of the original members of the Innosight Asia team. Hari’s career has been focused on overcoming the challenges to innovation, in organizations large and small. Among the many projects and ventures he has pursued, he was deeply i ...…
 
This week on The Disruptive Voice, Derek van Bever is joined in the studio by venture capitalists Nate Redmond and Britt Danneman, of Alpha Edison, to discuss trust as a business model, as an asset, and as the foundation for new market innovation. Earlier this year, Nitin Nohria, Dean of Harvard Business School, wrote in the Financial Times tha ...…
 
This week on The Disruptive Voice, Shaye Roseman, a former Research Associate at The Forum for Growth & Innovation and a current MBA candidate at Harvard Business School, is joined in the studio by Bob Moesta and Ryan Singer. Bob is a regular on the podcast and is a principal co-architect of the theory of "Jobs To Be Done". Ryan has worked at B ...…
 
The best independent projects that BSSE students take on after completing the course have (at least) one thing in common: They are important—relevant to our students’ interests, as well as to the wider world. On this podcast, Maria Creixell (MBA 2019) and Ari Medoff (MBA/MPP 2011) share the findings from Maria’s research into why home health ca ...…
 
This week on The Disruptive Voice, Derek van Bever, Director of The Forum for Growth & Innovation and Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School, is joined in the studio by Bob Moesta and Andrew Glaser for an illuminating discussion of the “paradox of innovation” through the lens of Jobs-to-be-Done Theory. Andrew is Chief Strategy Officer at Am ...…
 
When Ann-Somers Hogg, Director of Innovation at Atrium Health, came to Cambridge to teach about disruption in healthcare at the Harvard Macy Institute “Leading Innovations” program, we invited her to the podcast studio to hear a little more about how disruption is affecting her organization—and what they are doing about it. Ann-Somers is a 2015 ...…
 
And now for something completely different: What can we learn by looking at changes in religious affiliation through the lens of Jobs to Be Done? Why are rising generations “firing” organized religion in greater and greater numbers, and what are they “hiring” instead? And what do organizations such as Crossfit have to do with all this? Enjoy th ...…
 
Through the lens of Jobs To Be Done, MBA graduates Jasmyn Beausejour and Nicolas Kernick consider the scale and complexity of the types of jobs for which clients hire the Big 3 consulting firms – McKinsey, BCG, and Bain. With the 2013 HBR article as the springboard for their research, their framework and analysis help to explain current trends ...…
 
A not to be missed conversation. We sit down with Bob Moesta and Todd Rose, Harvard professor and author of The End of Average, for a deep-dive on the underpinnings of jobs theory and analysis. You'll learn when to average vs. when to aggregate data and why individuality is so important in product and service design.…
 
Professor Derek van Bever speaks with BSSE case protagonist BJ Hess, former Senior Vice President of Global Operations for Arrow Electronics, to discuss the difficulty of business mergers and integrations. Hear why "Acquisition" is a bad word, and how business leaders can lead humane, successful integrations. BJ is a wealth of practical, intell ...…
 
The Disruptive Voice hits the road, heading to BlackDuck by Synopsys headquarters in Burlington, MA. We sit down with Lou Shipley (CEO), Patrick Carey (Director of Product Marketing), and Tim Kenny (VP of Culture) to hear how Competing Against Luck became a company staple, and how BlackDuck created their own Jobs to Be Done culture -- complete ...…
 
Before returning to our Jobs to Be Done theme, we thought we'd share a little about how some of Clay's theories came to be. On the show today, hear Clay talk with one of his mentors, Joe Bower, the Donald K. David Professor Emeritus, about the origins of Resource Allocation theory. Joe's groundbreaking book, Managing the Resource Allocation Pro ...…
 
Continuing our focus on Jobs to Be Done, Derek is joined by Intercom Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer Des Traynor, to discuss how Intercom's model was built from the ground up with the framework. Be sure to take a look at Intercom's helpful JTBD resources.
 
In this episode, we talk with HBS alum Levi Belnap, VP of Business Development at Wyzant, a leading tutoring online marketplace, to discuss how implementing the Jobs To Be Done theory helped Wyzant identify a major market opportunity with tremendous scaling potential. Hear how Levi led the charge to institutionalize Jobs To Be Done in ways that ...…
 
Angela Ruggiero, CEO and Co-Founder of the Sports Innovation Lab, talks to the Forum about the convergence of sports and technology. What are sports technologies? And how have they developed? Where are they heading? What does the fan of the future look like? What do they expect? Shaye Roseman asks Angela this and much more on the latest episode ...…
 
Efosa Ojomo and Karen Dillon, co-authors with Clayton Christensen on The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty, discuss the story behind their newly-released book, what it’s like to collaborate with Clay, and the substance of The Prosperity Paradox, in which they address the question, “Where does true and lasting pr ...…
 
Just what is the job of an investor? Forum member Curtis Arledge talks to Nate Redmond, Managing Partner at Alpha Edison, about adapting to changes within Venture Capital and the role of the investor. Nate explains his application of BSSE theories to locating and evaluating potential companies - unlocking opportunities in his terminology - as w ...…
 
In this episode, Forum member and Research Associate Shaye Roseman is joined in the HBS studio by Darius Shahida, MBA class of 2019 and Chief of Staff at Butterfly Network. Through their conversation, we learn how Butterfly Network is aiming to disrupt and revolutionize the ultrasound industry. How is the new company approaching ultrasound imag ...…
 
We sat down with Dr. Paul LeBlanc, President of Southern New Hampshire University, to discuss disruptive innovation in higher education. Our conversation touches on Paul’s own background, students’ jobs to be done, competency-based learning, SNHU’s work in refugee camps, and other innovative initiatives currently on Paul’s radar screen. Those o ...…
 
Harvard Business School Professors Clay Christensen and Chet Huber sit down to discuss frameworks taken from Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise and applied to HouseSetter, the company Chet formed and operates as Chairman. Hear how BSSE frameworks like Emergent Strategy, Disruptive Innovation, Jobs to Be Done, and Purpose Branding h ...…
 
We sat down with Bob Moesta, the President and CEO of The ReWired Group, and pioneer of the Jobs To Be Done Theory. The topic: spotting and strategizing around non-consumption. Through this lens companies can see where they can enter a market and compete against...nothing!By Clay Christensen's Forum for Growth and Innovation at Harvard Business School, Bob Moesta
 
We've built this podcast on top of the ideas taught in Professor Clayton M. Christensen's signature course at the Harvard Business School, Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise (BSSE). This episode opens with Professor Christensen talking about the purpose of the BSSE course, and then transitions into a Q&A session with a group of alu ...…
 
If nonconsumption were a company in Nigeria (or any other emerging market), it would almost certainly have a monopoly in many of the country's major industries. Yet investors and multinational companies often wait until there is a proven market before they are willing to invest. Senior researcher Efosa Ojomo published an article in Emerging Mar ...…
 
During Steve Kaufman’s 14 years as CEO of Arrow Electronics (NYSE: ARW), the company completed over 50 acquisitions and grew from a $300 million US-centric corporation to a $12 billion global enterprise ranking within the top 200 companies on the Fortune 500 list. In 2005, Electronics Business magazine named Kaufman one of the ten most influent ...…
 
Agriculture was once the leading industry in Nigeria, but decades of mismanagement caused the industry to decline. Today, the nation which once had a promising export crop business must import food in order to support its explosive population. Over the last decade, the Nigerian government has chosen to focus many of its resources on natural gas ...…
 
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