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Clayton M. Christensen is the Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and the founder of Innosight Institute, a nonprofit think tank. He is the author of many books, including The Innovator's Dilemma, and has applied his theory to K12 education in Disrupting Class and to medicine in The Innovator's Prescription.
Henry J. Eyring serves as an administrator at Brigham Young University-Idaho. He is a former strategy consultant at Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Monitor Company.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Ripe for Disruption-and Innovation||p. xix|
|Reframing the Higher Education Crisis|
|The Educational Innovator's Dilemma: Threat of Danger, Reasons for Hope||p. 3|
|The Great American University|
|Puritan College||p. 33|
|Charles Eliot, Father of American Higher Education||p. 46|
|Pioneer Academy||p. 72|
|Revitalizing Harvard College||p. 80|
|Struggling College||p. 98|
|The Drive for Excellence||p. 110|
|Four-Year Aspirations in Rexburg||p. 139|
|Harvard's Growing Power and Profile||p. 148|
|Staying Rooted||p. 157|
|Ripe for Disruption|
|The Weight of the DNA||p. 171|
|Even at Harvard||p. 185|
|Vulnerable Institutions||p. 192|
|Disruptive Competition||p. 206|
|A New Kind of University|
|A Unique University Design||p. 223|
|Getting Started||p. 238|
|Raising Quality||p. 249|
|Lowering Cost||p. 276|
|Serving More Students||p. 301|
|New Models||p. 325|
|Students and Subjects||p. 347|
|New DNA||p. 379|
|Change and the Indispensable University||p. 396|
|The Authors||p. 445|
|Innosight Institute||p. 447|
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