Disruptive innovation for social change.

  title={Disruptive innovation for social change.},
  author={Clayton M. Christensen and Heiner Baumann and Rudy Ruggles and Thomas M. Sadtler},
  journal={Harvard business review},
  volume={84 12},
  pages={94-101, 163}
Countries, organizations, and individuals around the globe spend aggressively to solve social problems, but these efforts often fail to deliver. Misdirected investment is the primary reason for that failure. Most of the money earmarked for social initiatives goes to organizations that are structured to support specific groups of recipients, often with sophisticated solutions. Such organizations rarely reach the broader populations that could be served by simpler alternatives. There is, however… CONTINUE READING

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