New York, NY (PRWEB) May 02, 2017 -- In a revealing and in-depth interview with CMRubinWorld on modern parenting, Clay Christensen notes that as people’s lives have become easier and more convenient, more of the parenting work that used to be done in the home is now being outsourced - to the detriment of children. "A good life is not one that is free from struggle, but one in which people have the tools to overcome what life throws at them. By that logic, a good parent is one who immerses his child in lots of small, authentic opportunities to navigate and conquer challenges.” Creating good citizens, including raising children who “feel a sense of duty, responsibility, and selflessness,” remains a critical role for parents. "We need disruptive innovations that reprioritize tackling authentic projects at home, with both children and adults working together.”
Since the introduction of his theory of disruptive innovation in the mid-1990’s, Christensen has become one of the world’s top experts on innovation and growth. The Clayton Christensen Institute, founded on Christensen’s world-renowned theories, has focused on education and health care and the transformational power of disruptive innovation. The Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards (TDIA), an annual gathering of the most progressive innovators in sports, education, media, philanthropy, economics, health care, civic engagement, and social justice, honoring prominent disruptors and game changers around the globe, is inspired by Christensen’s theory. More recently, Christensen has turned his focus to the domain of parenting where he’s predicting that we may see disruption.
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Clay Christensen is a professor, author, entrepreneur, missionary, husband, and father and is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on innovation and growth.
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