When Clayton Christensen passed away at the beginning of this year, Utah lost one of its most prominent sons. The Harvard business professor had become, as one observer put it, the "the most influential management thinker of his time" and his theory of "disruptive innovation" perhaps the most influential business idea.
In this edition of Utah Foundation's Utah Thrives, we hear about Christensen's legacy from Efosa Ojomo, who co-wrote a book with Christensen and who carries on his legacy through ongoing work. Hear about what Ojomo and Christensen learned together, and what it means for us.

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