Dr. Clayton Christensen: Outpace Your Competition by Being “Disruptors”

"The best way to create and capture a market is not to introduce a superior product," says business author Dr. Clayton Christensen. "It’s to create a market scenario in which the competition is motivated not to fight, but to flee."
 
This concept was one of the ideas Dr. Christensen shared with more than 400 of Utah’s leading executives at a UTC dinner held at the Marriott City Center on July 15, 2004.



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Gary Kennedy: Sales is the Key to Building Large Companies

"Revenue can cover a multitude of sins,” says Information Technology veteran Gary D. Kennedy. “With enough revenue, a company can always buy itself time. But if revenue falters, the company’s only remaining option is to execute perfectly.”

Kennedy shared his insights with high tech and life science industry executives at a Utah Technology Council (UTC) breakfast event in Salt Lake City on June 13, 2006.


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Dave Ulrich: Strategy is Easy to Articulate But Hard to Execute

“Business strategy is easy to articulate but much harder to execute,” says Dave Ulrich, leading author and business coach.

Ulrich shared his insights with a sell-out audience of leading Utah executives at a Utah Technology Council (UTC) educational event on April 24, 2007.


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