E40: Efosa Ojomo Turns Theory Into Hope — The Prosperity Paradox

Jay Gerhart
Mar 15, 2019 · 1 min read
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Ben & Jay are honored to speak with Efosa Ojomo, Global Prosperity Lead at Clayton Christensen Institute and co-author of The Prosperity Paradox with Dr. Clayton Christensen and Karen Dillon.

Efosa talks about how he came to think that business might be the answer for developing countries, why not all innovations are created equal, and why “pull” strategies can work better than “push” strategies for all stakeholders. In addition, we discuss how The Prosperity Paradox can inspire and instruct social innovators close to home, even in generally prosperous geographies.

@EfosaOjomo @GlobalCCI @christenseninst @HarvardHBS @HBS_Forum #ProsperityParadox

https://www.christenseninstitute.org/

@KarDillon @claychristensen

@TheBenReport @JayGerhart #InnovationEngine

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E40: Efosa Ojomo Turns Theory Into Hope — The Prosperity Paradox

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A podcast from The Innovation Engine at Atrium Health dedicated to guiding you on your innovation expedition - site under construction. Disruptive innovation, Design Thinking, Jobs to be Done and much more! Twitter: #InnovationEngine

Jay Gerhart

Written by

I think the world is better with the theories of Dr. Clay Christensen, Human-Centered Design and Improv. Producer of A Sherpa's Guide to Innovation Podcast.

A Sherpa's Guide to Innovation

A podcast from The Innovation Engine at Atrium Health dedicated to guiding you on your innovation expedition - site under construction. Disruptive innovation, Design Thinking, Jobs to be Done and much more! Twitter: #InnovationEngine

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