Failure Is Not An Option…

Failure Is Not An Option…

By Discovery Lean Six Sigma

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…it is Mandatory!

I tell my kids that if they haven’t failed then they aren’t learning.  Because if you succeed the first time all the time, then you are only applying what you already know.

Where has that gone in the business world?  Companies can’t be afraid to try a new product and not fail with it.  Or a new process to create the product.  Or anything that can create new learning.

Part of the reason is people still don’t know how to fail.  I’m not saying all in on one thing and only go live with the new after having it “perfect.”

Companies have to learn how to put something new out there.  Learn from it quickly and then make changes to improve it.

If companies won’t put a truly new product out there or use a creative new process, then what are they learning?

The better question may be, “When are they going to get passed?”

Fail and learn as quickly as possible so the learning can used and the company can be in better place.

 


Filed under: Leadership, Learning, Uncategorized Tagged: Continuous Improvement, Failure, Leadership, Learning, Product Development



Original: https://beyondlean.wordpress.com/2016/05/18/failure-is-not-an-option/
By: Matt Wrye
Posted: May 18, 2016, 12:00 pm

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