Published: 14 February 2019
Successful entrepreneurs would have you believe that if you fail fast, fail forward and fail often, you will get more innovation — and they’re right. But most likely, you’re not a startup, but part of an established organization that probably has a failure-phobic culture. Here’s what CIOs should do.
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- 1. Great Innovation Requires Failure. (But You Already Knew That.)
- 2. Most Humans, Especially the Corporate Kind, Are Wired to Avoid Failure.
- 3. Not All Failure Is the Same. Some Is Good, Some Is Great, Some Is Bad.
- 4. Name Your Fears and Seek Out Failure in Small Doses.