How do nimble little companies keep disrupting established companies in one industry after another even when the big guys focus on their customers and continually improve crucial features of their products and services? Since the late Clayton Christensen explained that phenomenon, much has been written about disruptive innovation. Learn how to understand it, defend against it or become the disruptor yourself.

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