• Application Deadline
  • 42 days
    Duration
Disruptive Strategy course from Harvard Business School Online enables you to make innovation a reality. Created by Clayton Christensen, who coined the theory of disruptive innovation, this online course will equip you with the skills and techniques needed to develop executive-level strategy, organize for innovation, and discover customer jobs to be done.
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Overview

What you'll learn on this Disruptive Strategy course:

  • Become fluent in disruptive innovation theory
  • Assess new opportunities and potential threats
  • Discover jobs to be done and develop frameworks to better understand customer needs
  • Acquire techniques for executive-level strategy development
  • Organize for innovation and maintain a disruptive scope
  • Gain confidence articulating complex viewpoints

Who Will Benefit:

  • Innovative Leaders

Align your resources, processes, and financial strategy to position your business for growth.

  • Forward-Thinking Strategists

Assess opportunities and learn how to better determine what profitability looks like as your industry evolves.

  • Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Discover what causes customers to buy your products and why, and predict when disruption will happen.

Harvard Business School Online offers a unique and highly engaging way to learn vital business concepts. Immerse yourself in real challenges faced by seasoned leaders across a variety of industries, including Bill Hambrecht, founder of WR Hambrecht & Co.; Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google; Joe Tucci, chairman and CEO of EMC; and Ryan Caldbeck, founder of equity crowdfunding platform CircleUp. Wrestle with the same issues they faced, while problem-solving and engaging with learners from around the world.

Detailed Programme Facts

  • Programme intensity Part-time
    • Average part-time duration 42 days
    • Part-time variant
      Flexible
    • Duration description

      6 weeks

  • Languages
    • English
  • Delivery mode
    Online
  • More information Go to the programme website

Programme Structure

Disruptive Strategy consists of 30 to 35 hours of material delivered over a six-week period. You can complete the coursework on your own time while meeting regular deadlines. Two group exercises and an individual final paper are required for course completion.

Lecturers

Clayton Christensen is the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, and is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on disruption, innovation, and growth strategy.

English Language Requirements

This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.

General Requirements

The easy online application is free. All applicants must be 18 years of age and be proficient in English. Admissions are on a rolling basis with decisions sent within one to two weeks.

Tuition Fee

  • International

    1500 USD/full
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the original amount of 1500 USD for the full programme and a duration of 42 days.
  • National

    1500 USD/full
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the original amount of 1500 USD for the full programme and a duration of 42 days.
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Funding

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