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I just finished reading GG god Geoffrey Moore's latest book, Living on the Fault Line: Managing for Shareholder Value in the Age of the Internet. To my surprise, I don't recall seeing any discussion of this book here. Did I miss it?

Although this book is aimed primarily at executives, like The Gorilla Game, it certainly provides tremendous understanding for those investing in business market. I don't say this about many books, but I found this one to be brilliant--a superb piece of practical business theory. His clarity and precision in classifying value chains, business models, stages in development, and business culture appealed to my philososophically trained mind.

Moore's book is really the answer to Christensen's The Innovator's Dilemma. The Dilemma presented the problem of discontinuous innovations as a practically insoluble problem for existing companies. Moore's book offers an effective solution.

If it hasn't already been discussed and anyone's interested, I can write up a more informative review.

Max
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