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Check out the class: The Innovator's Dilemma: Theory and Applications

From: user 2.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 9, 2012 4:31 PM
Come to The Innovator's Dilemma: Theory and Applications! All meetupers receive 10%-off when they use discount code "meetup10". For more info on other pariSoma CoLearning classes, visit

The aim of this class is to provide participants with a clear and distilled understanding of the Disruptive Innovation framework that Clayton Christensen presents on his revolutionary bestseller, The Innovator's Dilema. Analyzing the theory included in the book can help people distill their business ideas and make more intelligent choices about the ins and outs of competition.

The class time will be divided accordingly:

  • Overview of Clayton Christensen's Innovator's Dilemma (~30 min)
  • Brief Explanation of Basic Lens to Assess Disruptive Competition (~10 min)
  • Review of 3 Trending High-power Startups for Disruptive Ability (~20 min)
  • Round Robin Review of Product Concepts and Startup ideas from Class Participants (~20 min)
Psst to enable participants to make the most out of the the class, the instructor will be sharing his 12-page overview of the Innovator's Dilemma prior to the class.

As in all pariSoma CoLearning classes, snacks and beverages will be provided!
For most of our classes, the maximum number of students is 19 so get your ticket *now*!

About your Instructor

John Davison, is a current startup meddler who really likes good product strategy and design. He has and MBA and has worked in BizDev for a federal contracting startup and as a sales strategist at HP.  In 2011 he built and launched, a browser based feedback tool for speakers and crowds.  He thinks that the Theory of Disruptive Innovation is one the most important yet frequently mis-understood academic strategy frameworks around.  He also likes potlucks, coffee and outdoor sports. Follow him at @jcdavison

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