Maybe it’s because it’s Veterans Day, and I am feeling unusually patriotic, or maybe it’s because President Obama is traveling in Asia, which means it’s open season for every pundit to make China and India seem ten feet tall, but I’m getting tired of the drumbeat that American innovators and entrepreneurs can’t keep pace with the emerging economic powers. (Tom Friedman, can you hear me?)

So over on my Harvard Business Review blog, I make the case that we undervalue to our peril one of America’s great exports—disruptive business models that take on established competitors and reshape the sense of what’s possible in whole industries. You can read the blog here. Right or wrong, all the ideas were Made in the USA!