Stop looking for disruption. It’s already begun.

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Aug 5, 2014

Michelle R. Weise explains how the emergence of disruptive innovations often don’t entail the immediate downfall of incumbent organizations. Disruption is a process—not an event. This discussion about the waves of disruption in higher education draws from her book, co-authored with Clayton M. Christensen, Hire Education: Mastery, Modularization, and the Workforce Revolution.

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Michelle R. Weise, PhD

Michelle is the executive director of Sandbox ColLABorative, the R&D lab of strategy and innovation at Southern New Hampshire University. Michelle’s work in fostering innovation is an extension of her prior work as the senior research fellow in higher education at the Christensen Institute.

  • I appreciate how you are presenting how this disruption is already happening without creating too much disruption or fear in our existing higher ed establishment.