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


Today’s corporate watchword word is transformation, and for good reason. One study suggests that 75% of the S&P 500 will turn over in the next 15 years. Another says that one in three companies will delist in the next five years. A third shows that the “topple rate” of industry leaders falling from their perch […]… Read More


Detecting marketplace “fault lines” is the key to building the case for preemptive change. Read the article in the new issue of Harvard Business Review.… Read More