Embrace "smart failures" to promote innovation

01/9/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Your organization won't be very innovative unless you accept the fact that creative ideas sometimes result in failure, Doug Sundheim writes. You should recognize employees whose efforts end in "smart failures," he writes. "These are the thoughtful and well planned projects that for some reason didn't work," he writes.

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