Conny Jasper

Radical versus Incremental Innovation

Posted on: May 22, 2015

A radical innovation is one that differs greatly from anything that has been done before, while an incremental innovation consists of a change to what already exists.

Most change occurs at the incremental level rather than the radical. While radical change can often produce great results, it can also carry more risk.

Generally, a gradual and steady shift is the easiest to integrate. If you want to improve your life and your career, the incremental path will give you the stability you need to do so.


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