Six-plus years later, it’s time to revisit Michael Clarke’s now-classic post about disruption, or rather the lack thereof, in scientific publishing.
Despite predictions and analyses to the contrary, STM publishing hasn’t been disrupted yet. Perhaps there’s more here than meets the eye . . .
At the 2009 STM Conference, talk of disruptive innovation, ebooks, and organizational immune responses flow amongst the people who invented electronic publishing.
Gladwell tackles Anderson, Nielsen tackles Christensen. Both provide useful insights for publishers today.