Boy Scout's theory on why giants fall has CEOs talking
In the business world today, it is quite common for well established and
formerly successful business to be seriously blind-sided by upstart
companies, who at first unnoticed, erode profit margins and steal away
customer base. The common consensus was that the older companies were
bloated with bureaucratic inefficiencies and poor management decisions.
However, Clayton Christensen, in his 1997 book, "The Innovator's Dilemma,"
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