As part of the countdown to Myths of Innovation day (Oct 13th – sign-up here), we’re running trivia and other contests, with some fun and unusual prizes. Some questions require looking at the free sample chapters found here (PDF).
The Prize: A signed copy of the new paperback edition of Myths of Innovation.
Rules: anyone enters by leaving a comment – one winner will be chosen at random from correct entries. I’m the final arbiter of rules, including rulings about rules or rule like sub-rules, slide-rules, slides of all kinds, laws, by-laws, in-laws, laws about common law rules regarding the application of contest laws and sub-law rulings.
Ready? Here we go:
Some have complained the questions are to easy. Ok – try this one.
Question: Which of Rogers factors in Innovation diffusion is the hardest for an inventor to overcome? and why? (see chp 4 in the free sample)?