From Paradigm Shift (Kuhn 1962) to Disruptive Innovation Theory (Christensen 1997)
a product or service that is simpler, cheaper or even inferior designed for a non-consumer or a non-existent market that is good enough to get the job done.
Message: It doesn't have to be that good; it just has to get the job
Less is More
So What's The Job To Be Done?
Lifetime Achievement Award:
Harvard Business School
Father of Disruptive Innovation Theory;
Author, Innovators Dilemma; Disrupting Class; Innovators Prescription
The P.S. 22 Chorus
5th Grade Class from Staten Island
Gregg Breinberg, Choral Director
Melissa Donath, Principal
Jared Cohen & Jack Dorsey
The Cathedral and Bazaar
influential essay, 1998 open-source movement
Author, Eric Steven Raymond
"with enough eyeballs all bugs will be shallow"
"distributed problems require distributed solutions"
"release early, release often"
(Connection Technologies Early Adopter)
Product to Watch:
Texts Without Context
New York Times article
Author, Michiko Kakutani
Clifford Ross - R1