disruption

Measuring a Life 

Photo Remy Steinegger   “I had thought the destination was what was important, but it turned out it was the journey.” – Clayton Christensen, How Will You Measure Your Life? Last week the world lost one of the greatest business minds of all time, Clayton Christensen. In thinking about how to talk about his life …

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The Innovator’s Curse

The Innovator’s Curse Something if a paradox from Horace Dediu: it would appear that the market value of repeated innovation is zero due to the assumption that success can’t be repeatable. But isn’t innovation supposedly valuable? One line of reasoning he only touches on briefly in the footnotes, but that is really at the core …

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If Apple is Disrupted, Will We Blame Tim Cook? – stratēchery by Ben Thompson

If Apple is Disrupted, Will We Blame Tim Cook? – stratēchery by Ben Thompson A thought exercise from Ben Thompson that envisions what a possible disruption to Apple would look like – and how that might color our reaction to Ballmer’s ret(f)iring differently. The broader point is that disruption is the kind if thing we …

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Piecing Together Mobile Analytics Still Too Complicated For Most Brands

Piecing Together Mobile Analytics Still Too Complicated For Most Brands Forrester analyst Julie Ask “They spend less than 2% of their marketing and advertising budgets on mobile,” she writes. “The perception that mobile has limited business impact … causes ebusiness professionals to deprioritize mobile analytics.” We see this a lot at BiTE. Mobile has already …

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