Why do small companies out-innovate large ones? How is it that some of the best innovations in products, services and business models have come from little known companies? Are they somehow more creative? Are they less afraid to try new things? Are they more adventurous? Do they have little to lose?
Clayton Christensen, in his brilliant book The Innovator’s Dilemmahas analyzed this phenomenon in great depth. Based on research and analysis, the author demonstrates several insights into the dilemma.