Category Archives: reading

Rise of the Luddites

For the last year or so, my various news feeds have been filled with dire warnings about the “Rise of the Robots.” Apparently, the advances in robotics – hardware and software – are now beyond relatively simple home vacuums, and … Continue reading

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Why disruption is often so easy

Clay Christensen is famous for his disruption theories. Lately, interestingly, he has been bringing examples of some large companies that have been successful at innovating and hence disrupting themselves. One of the key point so this theory is why existing … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading begun

In response to the unending requests I have received for recommended reading, I have posted a permanent page with a list of books that I recommend. Obviously, they vary depending on circumstances, but all of them have jewels of wisdom … Continue reading

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