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July 18, 2020


Rohan Jolly

Clayton is a man who has faced the trials of corporate life and his message is neither overly idealistic nor extremely unrealistic. He scientifically shows us the pitfalls of straying from the path and the rewards that come from adhering to one’s principles and values.

I wish I had read this work long before I started working in corporate. Given how things are done in certain parts of the world, it is very easy to fall into the trap of marginal thinking and immediate results. It is something I am working on and hope to improve upon.

Christensen is easily the best author on the subject of business innovation and strategy.

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