The demise of the full-time MBA

The Christensen Institute

Enter corporate universities and other arrangements powered by technology to move up-market over time—think everything from Lynda.com, Pluralsight and Udacity to General Assembly, Bellevue University and Arizona State University—for companies to supply their workers with the management offerings they needed to advance in their careers. Education Blog disruptive innovation online learning digital learning higher education jobs to be done mobile learning mba management education

As Google steals its education thunder, what can Microsoft do?

The Christensen Institute

K–12 purchases of mobile computers. Its natural instinct has been to cram features like collaboration, cloud-based applications, and mobile features as an add-on to its existing offerings, not as a pure-play disruptive product. And Microsoft has also lost the smart phone race , which will become increasingly important in education in the years ahead as mobile learning emerges as a disruptive force.