Essay 14: “Of peeled carrots and ‘the Fosbury Flop'”

By reflecting on the differences between incremental and breakthrough innovation, we can gain clarity about each.

In this essay, I explore insights from Thomas Kuhn’s 1962 transformational work on the progression of science, “The Structures of Scientific Revolutions,” and apply them to corporate innovation, as well as to innovation in general.

I encourage you to download this essay without charge directly via the University of Illinois’ digital archive by clicking here.

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