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Table of Contents Preface & Acknowledgments Introduction Section I: How to Use Theory to Analyze 1) Signals of Change; Where are the Opportunities? 2) Competitive Battles: How to Size Up Competitors 3) Firm Choices: Identifying What Choices Matter 4) Non-Market Factors Influence Innovation Section II: Theory-Based Analysis 5) Disruptive Diplomas - The Future of Education 6) Disruption Spreads Its Wings - The Future of Aviation 7) Whither Moore's Law? - The Future of Semiconductors 8) Healing the 800-Pound Gorilla - The Future of Health Care 9) Innovation Overseas - Using Theory to Assess Corporate and Country Strategies 10) Breaking the Wire - The Future of Telecommunications Conclusion: What's Next Appendix Glossary Index About the Authors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Business planning, Business forecasting, Technological innovations Forecasting