A disruptive hypothesis is an intentionally unreasonable statement that gets your thinking flowing in a different direction. You don’t make a reasonable prediction. Instead, you make an unreasonable provocation. The goal is to radically reinterpret a topic that everyone else in your industry has probably taken for granted. How an unreasonable provocation by Steve Jobs in 1982 influenced the creation of the first Apple Macintosh SE.

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