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Innovatio disruptiva

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Quomodo disruptio vilis per tempus fit.
IBM 5150, computatrum personale anno 1981 primum venumdatum.
Progressus telephonorum gestabilium, usque ad primum smartphone.

Innovatio disruptiva,?[1] sive novitas disruptiva, in theoria administrationis negotialis est novitas quae novum mercatum et rete aestimationum gignit atque mercatum exstantem et rete aestimationum ad ultimum disturbat, stabilia negotia, opera, societates quae mercatum ducunt loco movens.[2] Quod vocabulum primum propositum, definitum, enodatumque est a Clayton M. Christensen, erudito Americano, et eius adiutoribus anno 1995,[3] et deinde appellatum est notio negotialis maximi momenti saeculi vicensimi unius primi.[4]

Non omnes novitates sunt disruptivae, etsi inusitatae. Exempli gratia, prima autocineta saeculo undevicensimo non erant novitas disruptiva quia prima autocineta erant luxuriae sumptuosae, quae necessitatem vehiculorum equis tractorum non minuerunt. Mercatus transportationis necessarie incolume manebat donec Model T, autocinetum a societate Henrici Ford productum, anno 1908 vilissime venumdari coepit.[5] Autocineta magnarie producta erant novitas disruptiva quia desiderium transportationis mutaverunt, quandoquidem hoc inventum desiderium transportationis primos triginta annos haud mutaverat.

Novitates disruptivae ab advenis et negotiatoribus in startups produci solent, non a societatibus exstantibus quae in mercatus iam dominantur. Negotiale ducum desideriorum circumiecta novitates disruptivas cum primum oriuntur eis insistere non licet, quia primum non sunt satis quaestuosae, et quia eorum evolutio subsidia cara ab innovationibus sustentabilibus tollere potest, quibus societates exstantes contra competitores praesentīs certant.[6] Inventio rationis disruptivae plus temporis pecuniaeque consumere potest quam ratio iam vulgata, pertinensque periculum est maius quam incrementalia vel evolutionaria novitatum genera, sed cum primum in mercatum expeditur, mercatus constitutos multo celerius altiusque pervadit.[7]

Praeter negotia et oeconomicam, novitates disruptivae systemata multiplicia disturbari possunt, proprietatibus oeconomicis et negotialibus non exclusis.[8] Recentia exempla technologiae disruptivae sunt computatrum, praecipue personale et gestabile, ac telephonum gestabile.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Ab Rahman, Airini (2017). "Emerging Technologies with Disruptive Effects: A Review". PERINTIS eJournal 7 (2) .
  3. Bower, Joseph L., et Christensen, Clayton M. (1995).
  4. Bagehot (15 Iunii 2017). "Jeremy Corbyn, Entrepreneur". The Economist. p. 53 .
  5. Christensen 2003: 49.
  6. Christensen 1997: 47.
  7. Assink 2006.
  8. Durantin, Arnaud; Fanmuy, Gauthier; Miet, Ségolène; Pegon, Valérie (1 January 2017) (en). Disruptive Innovation in Complex Systems. pp. 41–56. ISBN 978-3-319-49102-8 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Anthony, Scott D., Mark W. Johnson, Joseph V. Sinfield, et Elizabeth J. Altman. 2008. Innovator's Guide to Growth: Putting Disruptive Innovation to Work. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Harvard Business School Press. ISBN 978-1-59139-846-2.
  • Archibugi, Daniele. 2015. "Blade Runner Economics: Will Innovation Lead the Economic Recovery?" Social Science Research Network, 29 Ianuarii 2015.
  • Archibugi, Daniele, Andrea Filippetti, et Marion Frenz. 2013. "Economic crisis and innovation: Is destruction prevailing over accumulation? Research Policy 42 (2): 303–314. doi:10.1016/j.respol.2012.07.002. PDF.
  • Assink, Marnix. 2006. "Inhibitors of disruptive innovation capability: a conceptual model." European Journal of Innovation Management 9 (2): 215–33. doi:10.1108/14601060610663587.
  • Chaniot, Eric. 2007. "The Red Pill of Technology Innovation." Red Pill, October 2007.
  • Christensen, Clayton M. 2003. The innovator's solution: creating and sustaining successful growth. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Harvard Business Press. ISBN 978-1-57851-852-4. URL.
  • Christensen, Clayton M., Heiner Baumann, Rudy Ruggles, et Thomas M. Sadtler. 2006. "Disruptive Innovation for Social Change." Harvard Business Review, December 2006.
  • Christensen, Clayton M., Richard Bohmer, et John Kenagy. 2000. "Will Disruptive Innovations Cure Health Care?" Harvard Business Review, September 2000.
  • Christensen, Clayton M., Michael B. Horn, et Curtis W. Johnson. 2011. Disrupting class: how disruptive innovation will change the way the world learns. Ed. 2a. Novi Eboraci: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 9780071749107, ISBN 0071749101.
  • Christensen, Clayton M., et Michael Overdorf. 2000. "Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change." Harvard Business Review, March–April 2000.
  • Christensen, Clayton M., Anthony D. Scott, et Erik A. Roth. 2004. Seeing What's Next. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Harvard Business School Press. ISBN 978-1-59139-185-2. URL.
  • Dru, Jean-Marie. 2019. Thank you for disrupting: the disruptive business philosophies of the world's great entrepreneurs. Hoboken Novae Caesareae: Wiley. ISBN 9781119575658.
  • Mountain, Darryl R. Could New Technologies Cause Great Law Firms to Fail?
  • Mountain, Darryl R. 2006. "Disrupting conventional law firm business models using document assembly." International Journal of Law and Information Technology 15 (2): 170–91. doi:10.1093/ijlit/eal019. Oxford journals. Archivum.
  • Tushman, M. L., et P. Anderson. 1986. "Technological Discontinuities and Organizational Environments." Administrative Science Quarterly 31 (3): 439–65. doi:10.2307/2392832. JSTOR 2392832.

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Danneels, Erwin. 2004. "Disruptive Technology Reconsidered: A Critique and Research Agenda." Journal of Product Innovation Management 21 (4): 246–58. doi:10.1111/j.0737-6782.2004.00076.x. PDF. Archivum.
  • Danneels, Erwin. 2006. "From the Guest Editor: Dialogue on The Effects of Disruptive Technology on Firms and Industries." Journal of Product Innovation Management 23 (1): 2–4. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5885.2005.00174.x.
  • Roy, Raja. 2014. "Exploring the Boundary Conditions of Disruption: Large Firms and New Product Introduction With a Potentially Disruptive Technology in the Industrial Robotics Industry." IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 61 (1): 90–100. doi:10.1109/tem.2013.2259590.
  • Roy, Raja, et S. K. Cohen. 2015. "Disruption in the US machine tool industry: The role of inhouse users and pre-disruption component experience in firm response." Research Policy 44 (8): 1555–65. doi:10.1016/j.respol.2015.01.004.
  • Weeks, Michael. 2015. "Is disruption theory wearing new clothes or just naked? Analyzing recent critiques of disruptive innovation theory" Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice 17 (4): 417-28. PDF.

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