Buy Crossing the Chasm, 3rd Edition by Geoffrey A. Moore (paperback)


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“Crossing the Chasm” is a seminal book written by Geoffrey A. Moore, first published in 1991. It explores the challenges and strategies associated with marketing and selling disruptive innovations, particularly in the technology sector.

The book introduces the concept of the “technology adoption lifecycle,” which describes the stages that innovations typically go through as they gain acceptance in the market. These stages include innovators, early adopters, early majority, late majority, and laggards. The “chasm” refers to the gap between the early adopters and the early majority, which can be difficult for innovators to cross.

In “Crossing the Chasm,” Moore provides insights and strategies for successfully navigating this gap and achieving mainstream adoption of disruptive innovations. He emphasizes the importance of targeting a specific niche market segment, or “beachhead,” where the innovation can gain traction before expanding into larger markets. He also discusses the need for focused marketing efforts, clear messaging, and strategic partnerships to bridge the chasm and accelerate adoption.

The third edition of “Crossing the Chasm,” updated and expanded, likely offers new insights and case studies reflecting changes in technology and marketing trends since the book’s original publication. It may also address the impact of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the Internet of Things, on the process of crossing the chasm and bringing innovations to market.

Overall, “Crossing the Chasm” remains a must-read for entrepreneurs, marketers, and innovators seeking to understand the dynamics of technology adoption and successfully commercialize disruptive innovations in a rapidly changing world.

Dimensions12 × 12 × 2 cm

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