Book Summary of Cryptoassets – The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond

“Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond” by Chris Burniske & Jack Tatar is a well organized book on the investing side of “bitcoin and beyond”. It breaks down the complex topic into digestible chunks of “What”, “How”, and “Why”. Below is the summary of each of its chapters: Introduction The introduction sets the stage by comparing crypto assets against the likes of internet, electricity etc. “Blockchain technology can now be thought of as a general purpose technology,

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Summary of Health for Hire by Christensen Institute

Summary of "Heath for Hire" by Christensen's Institute

Clayton Christensen’s Institute has published insightful reports for aspiring healthcare entrepreneurs and leaders. In an earlier blog post, I summarized Christensen’s report on healthcare innovation, “How disruptive innovation can finally revolutionize Healthcare” (2017). In this blog post, I will summarize another one of their reports on healthcare, “Health for hire: unleashing patient potential to reduce chronic disease costs” (October 2017) Executive summary and overview of the report America’s epidemic of chronic disease affects more than half of the American population and

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Summary of How Disruptive Innovation Can Finally Revolutionize Healthcare

Clayton Christensen’s report on healthcare innovation, “How disruptive innovation can finally revolutionize Healthcare” (2017) is an insightful read for aspiring healthcare entrepreneurs and leaders. Breakdown and Focus of the Report The report is broken down into two parts; Why has the healthcare been so resistant to disruption? This focuses on “why disruption is not taken place in the delivery practices of hospitals and physician groups” Where disruptive solutions are taking root – The part 2 “zeros in on how disruptive

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Has salesforce disrupted the CRM market against SAP AG?

This is the third blog post on the series to understand and evaluate technologies with disruptive potential in the software industry. In the first blog post, we summarized a pragmatic framework by Keller and Hüsig (2009) to help evaluate the potential of disruption between two software companies. In the second post, we applied that framework to the example of Google Docs (web application based) and Microsoft office (primarily desktop software based) – two formidable players in the office productivity tools’

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