A Harvard prof says half of all colleges won’t exist in 10 years (and why a new model might provide a better path to career success)

March 22, 2019 | Inc.

If you’ve ever used the word “disruption” to refer to innovations that create new markets and displace long-established companies and products, you might have Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen and his best-selling book, The Innovator’s Dilemma, to thank.

More recently, Christensen has predicted traditional colleges and universities are ripe for disruption, arguing online education will undermine their business models(because education is, ultimately, a business) to such a degree that many won’t survive.

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