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I was skeptical at first whether this new book would add much to what the author already set forth in his first book, The Innovator's Solution, which he co-authored with Clay Christensen. But I was wrong - this is a valuable, insightful, and genuinely provocative book that is worth reading if you have a serious interest in the subject of strategy.
Many strategy books suffer from a surfeit of glibness and an appalling tendency to infantilize a serious and complex topic by reducing "solutions" to 10-point checklists or templates. Raynor's book avoids these potholes by starting with a rigorous appraisal of a thorny paradox - the need for commitment in an environment where the… Read more