The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clayton M. Christensen

This is certainly a must-read book for everyone that wants to understand the dynamics of disruptive and sustaining innovations.

Clayton Christensen brings essential conclusions from his study about the Hard Disk industry evolution. These conclusions help us on understanding why disruptive innovations represent such a big threat for established companies.

Why is it so difficult for big companies to disrupt their own products and markets if they have plenty access to money, knowledge and power? The answer is not so simple.

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Zero to One by Peter Thiel


As the Co-founder of Paypal and an experienced venture capitalist, Peter Thiel knows well how the silicon valley works.

In Zero to One, Peter presents a lot of his knowledge about the dynamics of the startups business in a very provocative way.

His statements regarding monopoly, venture capitalism, innovation, competition, value, technology, mindset and attitude, money will make you think about how will you build and capture value with your startup.

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