• The most popular tools teacher used in the past year (70%) were ones which were initially created for the business world. This diffusion of tools indicates that: First, teachers are actively searching for tools and leading purchase decisions for their schools - a bottom up process. Second, the silo of education and other industries does not exist anymore; creating new...

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  • Disruption of industries takes time. When a new product or technology emerges, it is usually simple, cheap and underperforms the existing solutions. In most cases it generates lower margins than those in the established industry, and small, if any profits at all. (The Innovator’s Dilemma, Clay m. Christenson)

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