This book has been well thought out well reasoned and is a great
Work Addressing Challenges In addressing challenges in developing world as an excellent follow on to the disruptive innovation work that has defined Christensen s career Efosa Ojomo and Karen Dillon as excellent co authors and their insights shine through as well This book should be reuired reading for every course on international development at every business school and every public policy school All International Dev professionals should have this book in their personal and office libraries Can t wait for the "Next Installment From This "installment from this trio I wish we could magically deliver this powerful book to the nightstands. Clayton M Christensen the author of such business classics as The Innovator’s Dilemma
and the New York Times bestseller How Will You Measure Your Life the New York Times bestseller How Will You Measure Your Life co authors Efosa Ojomo and Karen Dillon reveal why so many investments in economic development fail to generate sust. .
characters The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty.
Of political and business Worldwide The Prosperity Paradox Brings The Insightful Theories Of worldwide The Prosperity brings the insightful theories of Clay Christensen to bear on the world s most challenging issues that impact billions of people It offers a positive hopeful view of how focusing on market creating innovations can transform institutions cultures and countriesI found the history lessons in American economic development Singer Eastman Ford Giannini fascinating as well as parallel examples in Asia The authors research is profound "and compelling yet very easy and pleasurable to consume over a few sittingsWhile this book keeps its focus The authors did "compelling yet very easy and pleasurable to consume over a few sittingsWhile this book keeps its focus The authors did GREAT job in tackling a difficult problem namel. Ainable prosperity and offers a groundbreaking solution for true and lasting changeGlobal poverty is one of the world’s most vexing problems For decades we’ve assumed smart well intentioned people will eventually be able to change the economic trajectory of poor countri. nation has the potential for extraordinary growth what the authors call nonconsumption the book goes on to detail examples nations eg Singapore South Korea Japan and innovative organizations eg Aravind in India Celtel throughout muc. Es From education to healthcare infrastructure to eradicating corruption too many solutions rely on trial and error Essentially the plan is often to identify areas that need help flood them with resources and hope to see change over timeBut hope is not an effective strategy.