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What this Harvard innovation guru thinks can protect companies from disruption

Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen has written for years about why companies and industries fail. But in a new book released Tuesday, the veteran innovation guru writes about how companies can succeed -- or grow new products and services. In "Competing Against Luck," Christensen details his long-standing "jobs theory" or "jobs to be done theory," arguing that companie
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