The Diffusion of Innovation, 5th ed by Everett Rogers

Innovation Clusters

  • Anyone who studies innovations needs to be aware of the fact that innovations are seldom singular in nature. An innovation would often not be possible without a number of other previous innovations. For example, the heart pacemaker was an innovation cluster that depended upon the prior invention of transistors, compact batteries, and other developments. This functional interdependence of innovation clusters is often overlooked by diffusion scholars who investigate single innovations.
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