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Failure is the taboo, unacknowledged elephant in every organisation-especially in larger companies. When organisations don’t allow their employees to fail, they are paying lip service to innovation. It really is that simple.
Innovation is essentially risk taking and success cannot be guaranteed. Innovation cannot happen without failure. Look at Thomas Edison, he failed 1 093 times before developing his version of the light bulb. Would your company have let someone fail so often? Probably not.
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