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What is Disruptive #Innovation ?

The theory of disruptive innovation, introduced in these pages in 1995, has proved to be a powerful way of thinking about innovation-driven growth. Many leaders of small, entrepreneurial companies praise it as their guiding star; so do many executives at large, well-established organizations, including Intel, Southern New Hampshire University, and Salesforce.com.

Unfortunately, disruption theory is in danger of becoming a victim of its own success. Despite broad dissemination, the theory’s core concepts have been widely misunderstood and its basic tenets frequently misapplied. Furthermore, essential refinements in the theory over the past 20 years appear to have been overshadowed by the popularity of the initial formulation. As a result, the theory is sometimes criticized for shortcomings that have already been addressed.

There’s another troubling concern: In our experience, too many people who speak of “disruption” have not read a serious book or article on the subject. Too frequently, they use the term loosely to invoke the concept of innovation in support of whatever it is they wish to do. Many researchers, writers, and consultants use “disruptive innovation” to describe any situation in which an industry is shaken up and previously successful incumbents stumble. But that’s much too broad a usage.

From : The Ubiquitous “Disruptive Innovation” Clayton M. Christensen Michael E. Raynor Rory McDonald

The problem with conflating a disruptive innovation with any breakthrough that changes an industry’s competitive patterns is that different types of innovation require different strategic approaches. To put it another way, the lessons we’ve learned about succeeding as a disruptive innovator (or defending against a disruptive challenger) will not apply to every company in a shifting market. If we get sloppy with our labels or fail to integrate insights from subsequent research and experience into the original theory, then managers may end up using the wrong tools for their context, reducing their chances of success. Over time, the theory’s usefulness will be undermined.

This article is part of an effort to capture the state of the art.

This video is very useful to easily understand the concept:
https://hbr.org/video/embed/2688242135001

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Why ? #Uber ´s Loss Exceeds $800 Million in Third Quarter on $1.7 Billion in Net Revenue

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11 Innovative #IoT Use Cases : Are you a IoT #entreprenuer ? 

Case 5. Saving the Bees
IoT technology could help beekeepers better combat honeybee colony collapse disorder, in which honeybee stocks have died off at rapid rates. Andreas Nickel, a Germany-based SAP development project manager and recreational beekeeper, built a beehive scale that sends an alert to his cellphone or computer when a major change in hive weight takes place, according to an SAP article in Forbes. The alert helps Nickel know if, say, a hive has tipped over, food has run low, or the bees are having trouble gathering pollen from the surrounding area. Researchers are interested in connected sensor systems that track everything from hive temperature and humidity to the effects of noise and light.

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Gerencia Estratégica #Ux: Diseñar y Ejecutar una Estrategia Anticipativa y Ganadora, versus dejarle todo a la intuición, improvisación y el ensayo y error Ux. #businessmodels #memes by @sam1meta 
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Feliz #DíadelosAnimales ... Será que puedo adivinar a quien se le vendrá a la mente felicitar primero ? ;)
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Todos se han imaginado insectos #drones ... Y para qué los quiren ? 
EE. UU. e Israel apuestan por los insectos-drone

Informa el periódico Haaretz

Científicos israelíes llevan a cabo experimentos para ‘conducir’ insectos provistos de electrodos a fin de desarrollar un espionaje más barato y eficaz. Todo ello con el apoyo financiero del Ejército de los Estados Unidos.

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Robótica y Racismo Cibernético en concurso de Belleza ... #robots 
Un robot participa como jurado en un concurso de belleza y resulta ser racista

Informa nforma 'The Guardian'.

El primer concurso internacional de belleza juzgado por la inteligencia artificial no ha resultado tan neutral y objetivo como se esperaba.

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