Clayton M. Christensen is the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He is the author of eight critically acclaimed books, including the bestsellers How Will You Measure Your Life?, The Innovator's Dilemma, and Disrupting Class. Christensen is the cofounder of Innosight, a management consultancy; Rose Park Advisors, an investment firm; and the Innosight Institute, a nonprofit think tank. Michael E. Raynor is a director with Deloitte Services LP. He works with senior executives in the world's leading corporations across a wide range of industries. He is the author of three critically acclaimed books: The Innovator's Solution, coauthored with Clayton M. Christensen, The Strategy Paradox, and The Innovator's Manifesto. Raynor publishes regularly in leading magazines and scholarly journals.
A Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and National Post Bestseller. Praise for The Innovator's Solution: The Financial Times "Fresh thinking aplenty ... nothing less than a handbook for managers who would rather disrupt than be disrupted." Fast Company "Every dilemma demands a solution. And this book lives up to its promise: More than an engrossing read, shot through with Christensen's rigorous thinking and trademark clarity, it's a valuable tool for every aspiring upstart--whether you're inside a billion-dollar company or have a billion-dollar glimmer in your eye." The New York Times "If [Christensen's] first book left business with the quandary of how a middle-aged company can be as creative as the new kid on the block, [this] book is an instructive tutorial on how to rekindle the spark of youth and nurture the fragile flame." The Miami Herald "The Innovator's Solution is an intelligent, perceptive (and frequently counterintuitive) look at innovation, and well worth the time it takes to read and digest it to gain a greater understanding of the complex and profound combination of forces driving business development." The Conference Board Review "... Required reading for every manager in America." The Toronto Globe and Mail "A promising blueprint for innovation."