October 30, 2013 by Arezu Sarvestani
Noted author Michael Lewis has built a series of books on the stories of people who disrupted long-standing paradigms, from the world of baseball to Wall Street and Silicon Valley. In a special Boston Scientific sponsored event during this week’s Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics symposium, Lewis shared his insights into the characteristics of disruptive innovators.
There’s no formula for disruptive innovation, but there are certain traits that seem to crop up time and again in the individuals who drive it.
Whether delving into Silicon Valley or Wall Street, noted author Michael Lewis has built his work on the stories of individual who changed the game through some tenacity and creative thinking, and his insights translate into lessons that are just as fitting for healthcare innovators.