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How to create a company culture that can weather failure

Mary Branscombe | Aug. 16, 2017
In technology, things go wrong all the time, sometimes catastrophically. But if you stop paying attention after you fix the immediate problem, you’re missing out on the benefit of learning from experience.

"If you have meeting space to offer for these folks to get together and talk, by virtue of being the leader who organizes it you immediately improve the standing of your own organization."

Instead of treating failure as a threat to your reputation, sharing information says that you're mature enough to cope with problems and learn from them - and that's the culture you need to encourage.

 

 

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