At the beginning of 2020, the renowned Harvard professor Clayton M. Christensen died who, as a pioneer in innovation management, shaped the concept of "disruptive innovation". In his last book he takes up the topic of innovation in the context of developing countries. His thesis is: What helps developing countries out of poverty are above all entrepreneurship and so-called market-creating innovations. Numerous practical examples from many countries support Christensen's approach. See also for more information in the article.
Clayton M. Christensen et al. a. The Prosperity Paradox, Plassen Verlag, 2019, 400 pages, EUR 24,99