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17. How Clayton Christensen Improved My Life

Updated: Mar 9


This week's podcast is Episode 17: How Clayton Christensen Improved My Life.


Recently I attended the funeral in Cambridge, Massachusetts of Clayton M. Christensen, a professor at Harvard Business School who died on January 23, 2020 at the age of 67.


Clayton Christensen is regarded as the father of innovation theory. His academic work shaped the principles of business strategy. I'm one of countless people Clay's work impacted.

Clayton Christensen’s theories, and his life itself, shaped my life profoundly and for the better. The podcast includes several personal stories about principles he taught me.


To accompany the podcast, I'm posting 12 of my favorite Clayton Christensen quotes. Please print/share them if you'd like to!


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