Disruption 2020:
A Virtual Symposium

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Disruptive innovation is alive and well in the new decade. As illustrated by the brilliant contributors to our special Spring issue, “Disruption 2020,” the threats and opportunities of disruption are both mighty and ever-shifting.

We invite you to a remarkable opportunity to hear from and engage with “Disruption 2020” authors, including some of the world’s top minds in disruptive innovation, in a live online event. Speakers will discuss the ideas presented in the special issue with a particular eye toward understanding their relevance in these incredible times.

The live event has concluded — register today to receive a link to the recorded event. All registrants will receive a written synopsis of each speaker’s session and a link to the event recording.



MIT Executive Education


Michael Putz and Scott Anthony on how leaders delude themselves about disruption.

Michael Horn on education, disrupted.

Tucker Marion and Sebastian Fixson on skills the innovation workforce will need.

Joshua Gans on to disrupt or not to disrupt.

Amy Webb on the sources of disruption every company should monitor.

Max Wessel on ethics in technology innovation.

Rita Gunther McGrath on the new disrupters.

Karen Dillon and Efosa Ojomo on the prosperity paradox.

Karen Dillon and Paul Michelman will moderate the sessions.


Recording available now

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