Should you reward your workers for making mistakes?

01/23/2012 | Inc. online (free registration)

For innovation to take hold at your company, you have to encourage risk-taking -- and that means rewarding workers when they make mistakes, writes Paul Schoemaker. Some companies give trophies to managers who admit to the "best" errors, fostering a culture that celebrates and discusses mistakes, to learn from them.

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