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Why the Problem with Learning Is Unlearning

Harvard Business

Many of the paradigms we learned in school and built our careers on are either incomplete or ineffective. In this model, competitive advantage is achieved by driving costs down, driving prices up, locking in customers, and locking out competitors and entrants. ” But in a networked economy, the nature of strategy, value creation, and competitive advantage change from incremental to exponential.