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The Forum for Growth & Innovation is a research project guided by Professor Clayton Christensen. The goal of The Forum is to discover, develop, and disseminate robust, accessible theory in the areas of innovation and general management.

To learn more about us and join the conversation, please visit www.hbs.edu/forum-for-growth-and-innovation.

 

Jun 25, 2018

The world is awash with capital, why aren't companies reinvesting in innovation to jump start the economy? 

The Forum for Growth & Innovation is led by Professor Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School. In this series we explore what Clay calls "The Capitalist's Dilemma" with various people in the field, academia...


Jun 7, 2018

The world is awash with capital, why aren't companies reinvesting in innovation to jump start the economy? 

The Forum for Growth & Innovation is led by Professor Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School. In this series we explore what Clay calls "The Capitalist's Dilemma" with various people in the field, academia...


May 21, 2018

The world is awash with capital, why aren't companies reinvesting in innovation to jump start the economy? 

The Forum for Growth & Innovation is led by Professor Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School. In this series we explore what Clay calls "The Capitalist's Dilemma" with various people in the field, academia...


Apr 30, 2018

The world is awash with capital, why aren't companies reinvesting in innovation to jump start the economy? 

The Forum for Growth & Innovation is led by Professor Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School. In this series we explore what Clay calls "The Capitalist's Dilemma" with various people in the field, academia...


Apr 4, 2018

The world is awash with capital, why aren't companies reinvesting in innovation to jump start the economy? 

The Forum for Growth & Innovation is led by Professor Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School. In this series we explore what Clay calls "The Capitalist's Dilemma" with various people in the field, academia...