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Embrace Failure to build a Stronger Innovation Culture

Embrace Failure to build a Stronger Innovation Culture

How can you respond to failures in innovation and what can you learn from them?

Anyone who works in innovation knows that failure is an inherent part of the process of coming up with something new. What matters is not that you sometimes fail — because you inevitably will — but rather how you respond to that failure and whether you learn from it.

Why Embrace Failure?

Inside, you’ll find:

  • How to define failure in the context of innovation
  • The hierarchy of failure: system failure, system component failure, major firm failure, start-up failure, product failure, and idea failure
  • The 3 major levels of failure
  • Solutions to dealing with failure and what you can learn from it

Who Should Read This White Paper?

If you’re a senior leader with managerial oversight or influence over your organization’s innovation initiatives or R&D function, this guide will provide you with fresh, new ideas and methods for tackling complex business problems and innovation challenges.

How could we create a new concept and vocabulary on the intersection of failure and learning?
// Stefan Lindegaard  Innovation speaker, author and strategic advisor.

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