The discussion around reforming healthcare tends to focus on progress the industry makes against prescribed numbers—lowering the rate of the uninsured, boosting productivity, and improving metrics around new payment models. While these high-level measurements are important for tracking performance, they distract from the understanding of the true causal mechanism of how industries become more affordable… Read More


Innosight and Huron have recently joined forces to combine their strategic, operational and technology capabilities. We sat down with Innosight co-founder and Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen to hear how he thinks the combination will help clients harness disruptive innovation and help clients achieve sustained growth. Watch below and read a press release about… Read More


A Fast Company TOP TEn BUsiness BOOK for 2016 “Clayton Christensen’s books on innovation are mandatory reading at Netflix.” – Reed Hastings, co-founder and CEO, Netflix For many companies, innovation is still hit or miss. They spend millions compiling the data to figure out what their customers want, but they often achieve only modest incremental… Read More


DETECTING MARKETPLACE FAULT LINES Over the course of 160 years, Aetna had grown into one of America’s premiere insurance companies. But in 2010, incoming CEO Mark Bertolini made a case to the board of directors for major change despite strong growth and steady profits. He was driven in part by personal experiences that left him… Read More


From time to time, the basis of competition in an industry shifts so dramatically that shifting with it requires a new long-term vision that calls for the organization to do things it never would have done in the past. The hardest part is connecting long-term goals to near-term actions — especially when those new actions […]… Read More