They conclude that developing a customer orientation appears not to be wise advice under these conditions. 85 0 obj <>stream 0000044385 00000 n if an innovation was sustaining and Intel was an incumbent in the target market, the venture would succeed (fail); if the innovation was disruptive and an auton-. by pointing out an array of potential incumbent reactions beyond the canonical. In other words, a given innovation can be disruptive, to one firm but sustaining to another firm. ruptive innovations must be evaluated relative to a firm’s business model. adapting to an uncertain new technology (p. 1047). The Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton M. Christensen pdf About Book : Offering both successes and failures from leading companies as a guide, " The Innovator's Dilemma " gives you a set of rules for capitalizing on the phenomenon of disruptive innovation. this customer-preference trajectory but introduced a unique constellation of at-, tributes (e.g., small, lightweight, rugged), new entrants led development while, incumbents languished or failed. xref We investigate how digital task interdependence, disruptive technology and SHRMT act to predict team creativity willingness. Scholarly and popular-press citations of disruptive innovation, 1993-2016 Note: Trend lines are calculated based on four-year moving averages of articles. 0000015447 00000 n Because new-market disruptions compete against, tend to ignore these new entrants or may not even detect them. In this essay we make four interrelated points. It reveals that technology reemergence involves a cognitive process of redefining both the meanings and values associated with the legacy technology and the boundaries of the market for that technology. that the prerequisites for Bonaventure’s acceptance of the argument were not his “ontological” mode of thought, or a doctrine of the innate idea of God within the soul, but in his acceptance of examplar causality. Similarly, foundational research on disruption has elicited frequent citation and vibrant debate in academic circles, but subsequent empirical research has rarely engaged with its key theoretical arguments. At the sa, Seeking to address these inconsistencies and to invite renewed scholarly at-, tention to disruptive innovation, we undertook two tasks aimed at introducing, a coherent perspective on the theory. the market by producing more advanced, feature-rich products than custom-, , in which upstarts enter at the bottom of the market and take hold, in order to slow or delay the onset of disruption. upon, challenged, or refined disruption theory or that inspired its development). Based on theory and substantial evidence, the advice to become market‐oriented appears sound regardless of the market conditions a business faces. In this commentary we distinguish between two forms of ‘customer orientation’ that are frequently confused. about an uncertain future and bridging market transitions (see, for example, Ansari and Garud’s (2009) discussion of hybrid 2.5G mobile networks). Innovative, growing firms generate economic growth and employment, which, in turn, greatly improves people’s lives. 3 Anton Pegis did the same when he insisted that recovery of the Anselmian argument in its original form involved stripping away the Aristotelian framework in terms of which the Proslogion has been read since Thomas. Firms pursuing these approaches conduct business and interact with environments differently than those pursuing traditional closed strategies. One set of, studies compiled data on 48 ventures launched as part of Intel’s internal corpo-, rate venturing program; blind to actual outcomes, the researchers developed hy-, potheses intended to predict the new ventures’ successes or failures. We present a model, grounded in a study of the world disk drive industry, that charts the process through which the demands of a firm's customers shape the allocation of resources in technological innovation—a model that links theories of resource dependence and resource allocation. 4. missing its aim. 0000001436 00000 n servation of a small number of established firms that maintained market lead, ership when facing disruption led subsequent researchers to propose what has, arguably become canonical: when a disruptive innovation emerges in an adja, cent market, an incumbent can create an autonomous organizational unit and. In many markets, innovators’ performance improvemen, The original disruptive innovation diagrams (Figure 2) presented similar-, ly-sloped performance trajectories, but some scholars have suggested that the rate. later vindicated by Boeing’s CEO (Gates, 2011). substitution is shaped by the evolution of both the new and the old technologies, as well as the evolution of the ecosystems in which they are each embedded. 0000002080 00000 n Consequently, it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misapplied terms in the business lexicon. of improvement varies quite significantly by industry (Christensen et al., 2015). This paper focuses on establishing a connection between. 0000033023 00000 n Meanwhile, there are many individual private initiatives taking place to advance the societal agenda. Do these ex, aviators need airfoils that harness Bernouilli’s principle in order to counteract the pull of, [disruption theory]?…Even though this is an exception to the general tendency Christensen observed, it is, not an anomaly because HP had to create an autonomous business unit for ink-jet printers in order to cope, with the forces he described. search on the topic garners frequent citations by academics. Projects targeted at technologies for which no customers yet exist languish for lack of impetus and resources. This work represents a portion of a developing methodology, connecting designer's argumentation to performance metrics in the market place using the IDEA award as a bridge. Counterintuitively, bents may become highly susceptible to disruption by startup entrants who are, still developing their business models (or profit formulas) and rely on metrics. incumbents typically ignore or retreat from disruptive encroachments. ‘What dis rupt real ly means’. This unit, unencumbered by existing customers’ insatiable demand for, better-performing products, and by the margins and market-size thresholds with, which established firms evaluate new business opportunities, essentially becomes, an upstart—freely pursuing the disruptive opportunity in the context of a new, value network. how the process of disruption unfolds in di, detrimental abandonment of certain market segments (Christensen and Ray, but mostly empty-handed when it comes to pro, CEO of Intel Andy Grove actively sought, to no avail, explicit guidance about how, How do (should) firms respond to disruption, and which strategies are effec, tive? 0000033979 00000 n This essay will analyse with the help of the disruptive innovation theory if AM can be classified as a disruptive technology. We also trace the theory's evolution from a technology‐change framework—essentially descriptive and relatively limited in scope—to a more broadly explanatory causal theory of innovation and competitive response. 0000029064 00000 n These trends indicate that the concept of disruptive innovation has gained con-, siderable currency among practitioners, and that its terminology has entered the, business lexicon—good news for any management theory aiming to influence, management practice. Early theoretical formulations were decidedly pessimistic, suggesting that. For, example, some firms slow the pace of substitution through ‘last gasp’ efforts to, extend the value they can capture from the old technology, are slowed because the old technology benefits from ‘spillovers’ of R&D efforts, for the new technology—for example, an improved lens for a new lithograph in, their study was also used in the old lithograph applications, extending the perfor-, improvement and rates of substitution are not stochastic but rather are shaped, by factors such as the rate of improvement of an enabling technology, of incumbents and entrants, and characteristics of the ecosystems in which they. After outlining our research approach, we will describe the origins of the the-, ory. Our primary contribution is an updated, and integrated conceptualization of disruptive innovation theory, while clarifying, several of the underlying constructs and creating a unified theoretical base upon, on disruptive innovation in management, we proposed three novel topic areas, building upon the newly unified base. Suggestions for further research on the interface of entrepreneurship and the bioeconomy are also provided. bringing this distinction to our attention. As a result, the theory is sometimes criticized for shortcomings that have already been addressed. Scholarly and popular press citations of disruptive innovation, 1993-2016. Thus, technologies and business models go together—dis-. A second anomaly was the ability of a few incumbent leaders—despite theoretical, predictions—to successfully confront disruptive innovations in their industries. Second, in an effort to reinvigorate academic. 0000014640 00000 n Sustaining innovations 4. Results indi, cated a statistically significant increase in the students’ ability to predict successes, and failures. theory, how they arise, and why precision matters for scholarship in this domain. Second, for firms, a strategically crucial distinction, between different types of innovation—in technology or in business model, and services along dimensions of performance that mainstream customers care, about and that markets have historically valued; such innovations enable incum-, bents to sell more products to their best existing customers at higher margins and, performance dimensions, but they offer a novel mix of attributes that appeals to, fringe customer groups, notably those near the bottom of the market (see also, Markman and Waldron, 2014). From Steve Jobs to Jeff Bezos, Clay Christensen’s work continues to underpin today’s most innovative leaders and organizations. 0000030295 00000 n The second, a market‐oriented philosophy, goes beyond satisfying expressed needs to understanding and satisfying customers' latent needs and, thus, is longer term in focus and proactive in nature. Second, firms may simply overlook opportunities that do not jibe with, during their tenure, tend to prioritize projects whose returns are realized quickly, (Dechow and Sloan, 1991). Early in an industry’s evolution, when, performance-based competition is especially fierce, firms tend not to adopt mod-, ular product architectures because standard modular interfaces tend to compro-, mise performance (Baldwin and Clark, 2000). In addition, shifts in technology standards in systemic industries that highly depend on them, may affect whether a new offering is disruptive or sustaining. When steam power emerged, steam-pow, ered ships underperformed conventional sailing-ship technology on nearly every, dimension (notably operating costs, speed, and reliability); transoceanic shippers—. %%EOF Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have the potential to be a “disruptive innovation” that will change higher education (Christensen). Subjects received a set of six disguised business plans (plans were randomly se, lected from the 48 new business ventures mentioned above), and were asked to, predict which would survive and which would fail. Consider a case study of disruptive innovation, which is a classic illustration of hybrids too. We discuss theoretical implications, and consider future directions and research opportunities. 0000050526 00000 n Different factors will shape and foster the successful transition to a knowledge-based bioeconomy; among those factors, entrepreneurial activity is especially promising. Leveraging business plans to classify the ventures and survival (demise) to proxy, performance, the theory had a statistically significant impact on correctly predict-, ing the outcomes of the businesses (Raynor, A second set of studies used a training intervention to examine the impact of, exposure to disruption theory on the ability of graduate business students at three, universities to correctly predict the outcomes of innovative ventures (Raynor. pursue disruptive opportunities (Gilbert, 2006; see also Gulati and Garino, 2000; and Westerman et al., 2006 for more nuanced treatments of this phenomenon). JUST FOR SUBSCRIBERS The Ubiquitous “Disruptive Innovation” DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION VISUAL by Clayton M. Christensen , Michael E. Raynor , and Rory McDonald refinements in the theory over the past 20 years appear to have been overshadowed by the popularity of the initial formulation. This pattern was observed consistently across. By effectively cre-, ating a new dimension of performance, this strategy can enable incumbents to. 0000029853 00000 n Two immediate criticisms of De Corpore by Moranus and Ward exhibit from this viewpoint an interesting difference as to their common argument that only hypothetical necessity can result from Hobbes’s premises. technology change to a normative theory of innovation and competitive response. 0000005470 00000 n 0000005435 00000 n Scholars can profitably build on this promising work by conducting careful em-, pirical analyses that links the features of these strategies to market outcomes and, compares the various strategies’ effectiveness. Nudged by metrics, they prioritize incremental upgrades with, near-term payoffs over innovations with longer time horizons. Finally, a series of operational implications are proposed to guide the development and commercialisation of devices, while taking into account the ethical judgment of the users. His work is cited by the world’s best-known thought leaders, from Steve Jobs to Malcolm Gladwell. Thus, as our second contribution, we ar-. In the age of digitalisation, new technologies and trends such as Industry 4.0, the meaning of innovation is more important than before. 0000006373 00000 n Examples include, the early PC market, Sony’s transistor pocket radio, and Godrej’, a battery-powered portable refrigerator (Anthony et al., 2008; Charitou and, of disruption has led to a clearer conceptualization of the circumstances that give, Another important refinement was defining ‘disruptiveness’ as a, absolute, phenomenon. The review identifies three major entrepreneurial themes addressed in the literature that are included in a holistic framework comprising entrepreneurial activity on the micro level, entrepreneurial ecosystems (or clusters and innovation systems) on the meso level, and governmental vision and support on the macro level. Too little is still known about how practitioners highlight different characteristics of business models across industries confronted with disruptive dynamics. According to Merriam Webster, disruption is "to cause (something) … 0000042323 00000 n Toggle navigation. Dalam konteks penyiapan sumberdaya manusia Indonesia menjelang satu abad kemerdekaan Republik Indonesia pada tahun 2045, kebutuhan akselerasi penerapan konsep pendidikan terbuka secara lebih luas menjadi sangat signifikan. 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Daniels argued, Hobbes considered as unambiguous and unproblematic his demonstration in De Corpore that every effect past, present or future is necessary, since it always requires a sufficient cause that cannot be sufficient without being necessary, so that nothing is possible which will not be actual at some time. In these contexts, disruptive innovations may affect multiple members of, an ecosystem—posing a challenge for new entrants who must gain the support of. Whether incumbents, exhibited core rigidities (Leonard-Barton, 1992) depended upon whether execu, tives framed the new innovation as a threat or an opportunity, to greater allocation of resources to disruptive innovations; opportunity framing, did not (Gilbert, 2005). 0000004379 00000 n This study uncovers the process and mechanisms associated with technology reemergence: the resurgence of substantive and sustained demand for a legacy technology following the introduction of a new dominant design. precipitated by a disruptive innovation—that is, an innovation that makes a complicated and expensive product simpler and cheaper and thereby attracts a new set of customers. In general, the figure suggests a recent decrease in, direct engagement with disruption theory arguments. Specifically. In industries like steel and dis-, count retailing, whose performance trajectories exhibit more gradual slopes, the, process of disruption unfolded over several decades (Christensen and Raynor, 2003). In, general-interest publications, the trend is different still: a relatively slow increase. This more nuanced perspective on performance trajectories suggests several, promising avenues for future research. 0000032988 00000 n The study aims to conduct a systematic review to characterise the spread and use of the concept of ‘disruptive innovation’ within the healthcare sector. 0000014490 00000 n Sistem pendidikan suatu pemerintahan harus diciptakan untuk memberikan kesempatan kepada setiap warganegara untuk membangun kehidupannya, menjadikan mereka warganegara yang produktif dan kontributif terhadap upaya kemajuan masyarakat dan bangsa. Studying, the carburetor-to-electronic-fuel-injection-system transition in the U.S. auto in-, dustry, for example, Furr and Snow (2015a) showed that intergenerational hy-, stitute an effective response strategy: recombinations serve as ‘stepping stones’, that allow incumbents to improve their existing technology while learning and. The study notes that a common feature underlying the ability of these organizations to generate high impact is the creation of tailored ecosystems. 0000034712 00000 n University of Massachusetts Lowell is gratefully acknowledged. Studies of semicon, ductors and computers, and a re-examination of disk drives, produced a similar, insight: faced with disruptive innovations, leading incumbents can maintain their, positions by setting up autonomous business units, separate from their parent, companies, and granting them the freedom to adopt their own processes and to. Such refinements pointed to a related insight: no innovation is, ruptive. where motion in the absence of wind was highly valued (Christensen, 1997, p. 86). Future research. From wearable to insideable: Is ethical judgment key to the acceptance of human capacity-enhancing intelligent technologies? For instance, Christensen and Bower (1996) had initially, observed that established firms did not allocate resources to disruptive innovations, unappealing to their existing customers; other research showed, however, such resources sometimes flowed freely (Lant et al., 1992). The term Disruptive Innovation was coined by Clayton Christensen that describes the process of a product or service that takes root and form in simple applications in the market and then eventually elevates up in the market and displaces the established competitors in the market carving a niche for itself gaining a competitive advantage. In addition to providing growth, innovative firms can supply important goods and services to consumers, particularly those at the base of the pyramid. Disruptive innovations were originally assumed to take root, in the lowest tiers of established markets, but instances surfaced of entrants that, appeared to be competing in entirely new markets. Although these are still isolated actions of new actors, they have the potential to become broader movements. The introduction of the battery-powered quartz watch in the 1970s made mechanical watches largely obsolete, but by 2008 the Swiss mechanical watchmaking industry had rematerialized to become the world’s leading exporter (in monetary value) of watches. Second, organizational theorists have argued that incumbents can use, as well as a cognitively flexible executive team) to manage conflicts expected to, arise from pursuing different types of innovations simultaneously (O’Reilly and, ness) and exploiting (via an existing business), in parallel, may even help resolve, entrepreneurship and innovation have shown that incumbents may seek to co-opt. with fewer resources is able to successfully challenge established incumbent b, cumbents focus on improving their products and services f, profitable) customers, they exceed the ne, ering more-suitable functionality—frequently at a lower price, more-demanding segments, tend not to respond vigorously, performance that incumbents’ mainstream customers require, while preserving the advantages tha, their early success. Hal ini sangat tegas disampaikan dalam pembukaan UUD 1945. Some have located the intellectual prerequisites for the acceptance or rejection of Anselm’s argument in the prior acceptance of univocal or analogical accounts of being. In still other industries, trajectories of improvement seem to almost be flat, and disruption does not seem to occur at all (see Figure 3). Buku ini menyajikan tulisan tentang konsep, model, dan implementasi sistem penyelenggaraan pendidikan tinggi terbuka ditinjau dari berbagai perspektif, khususnya pendidikan terbuka sebagai alat untuk membangun sumberdaya insani, untuk menghadirkan keadilan sosial, untuk memberikan pelayanan publik, untuk mendemokratisasikan pendidikan, dan untuk menciptakan keadilan ekonomi; yang pada akhirnya adalah untuk menuju Indonesia Emas pada tahun 2045. For mechanical watchmakers, reemergence culminated in competitive and consumer differentiation that ushered in reinvestment in innovation and substantive and sustained demand growth for the legacy technology. For example, the hotel industry historically resisted disruption because no, such core existed that could break the tradeoffs that defined the frontier of the. 0000028287 00000 n Additionally, we consider four strategic leadership topics and how they relate to platform, open/user innovation, and ecosystem strategies: (1) executive orientation and experience, (2) top management teams, (3) board-management relations, and (4) executive compensation. Disruptive innovation, Inclusive innovation, Ecosystems, SDGs, Emerging business interest and spur exciting new research on disruptive innovation in management, we propose three novel topic areas that build on this newly unified base: response, strategies, performance trajectories, and innovation metrics. This reconceptualization of classic disruption theory suggests that, disruption does not happen everywhere, nor does it play out at the same pace, Indeed, Adner and Kapoor (2016) demonstrate how the pace of technological. First, via careful empirical study, ers could further explore the theory’s boundary conditions to pin down the cir-, cumstances in which disruption is most and least likely to occur, Doing so would probably call for identifying the underexplored factors that make, certain industries particularly vulnerable to disruption and render others disrup-, tion-proof. Innovators may introduce novel technologies or business models, including those. Second, practitioners who rely on in-, correct or misleading renditions of disruptive-innovation theory may be tempted, to apply faulty ideas, reducing their chances of success. Important differences between social science explanations and machine learning algorithms notwithstanding, social scientists can still learn from approaches like the Common Task Framework (CTF) which have successfully driven progress in certain fields of AI over the past 30 years (Donoho, 2015). Clayton M. Christensen, a Harvard professor whose groundbreaking 1997 book, “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” outlined his theories about the impact of what he called “disruptive innovation… Dengan kata lain, sistem pendidikan tersebut harus menerapkan konsep pendidikan terbuka agar inklusif dan menjangkau seluruh lapisan masyarakat. The concept of disruptive innovation has gained considerable currency among practitioners despite widespread misunderstanding of its core principles. with network-centric components (Gnyawali and Madhavan, 2001; Pahnke et al., 2015), that bend the trajectory upward, steepening an existing slope, or that re. Clayton Christensen, the business scholar who coined the term “disruptive innovation,” died at a Boston hospital this week, the Deseret News reports.He was 67. The research establishes that products with a high degree of design quality, as measured by the Design Excellence Award (IDEA Award) criteria, do poorly the year of award reception. First, technology, strategists who situate their work in the economics of transitions have shown, that incumbents may aggressively invest in existing capabilities to, 2010). Before surveying and interviewing experts on each of the 77 cases, we identified four key elements of the theory of disruption: (1) that incumbents in a market are improving along a trajectory of sustaining innovation, (2) that they overshoot customer needs, (3) that they possess the capability to respond to disruptive threats, and (4) that incumbents end up floundering as a result of the disruption. Less-integrated offerings and businesses with, Based on modular architectures, network-based businesses enable indepen. Building on the newly unified theoretical base we present here, we then elaborate, on the three novel topic areas and discuss their implications for research and, innovation closely adhered to the procedures empl, In the second phase, we examined uses of disruption theory terminology. Business School, the Kauffman Foundation, and the Manning School of Business. (2001) observed a similar dynamic in the medical professions and Abbott (1988) in the professions mor, discount hotel chains are on a disruptive path, which thr, Discount chains’ business models enable them to profitably serv, (2011a) elaborates that for these hotels, “the only way to ha, only way to have a better concierge is to hire a bett, entrants.” Crowne Plaza (an upscale hotel chain initiated b, Altm an, E. J., Nagle, F. and Tushman, M. L . ... Due to DT's dynamic impact, it is unclear how teams may react in terms of continuous exhibition of creative behaviours. The "business model" concept has indeed been utilized to comprehensively understand how companies do business and perform processes of value creation, capture, and delivery (Schneider & Spieth, 2013;Foss & Saebi, 2017). Higher-Margin offer-, ings they may even Christensen attempts to answer in context. 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