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used in The Tipping Point

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one of a series of increases; or the amount of an increase — especially in small, consistent amounts
  • All of the possible reasons for why New York's crime rate dropped are changes that happened at the margin; they were incremental changes.
    Introduction (43% in)
  • "If the goal of visionaries is to make a quantum leap forward, the goal of pragmatists is to make a percentage improvement — incremental, measurable, predictable progress," Moore writes.
    Chapter 6 (23% in)

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