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Stop Promoting Workplace Failure and Accepting Mediocrity [Podcast]

In the world of work, we tend to be tolerant — perhaps overly tolerant — of failure. Of course, no business sets out to fail. And yet, we often find ourselves surrounded by workplace failure — often initiated by new Read more

Both Failure and Innovation Push Companies Forward

Today, technology evolves at lightning speed. Computers, phones, apps, and software programs, just to name a few are improving constantly. New innovations are introduced almost daily; the grunt work behind the innovation process is rarely seen. While success is ingenuity … Read more

Want to Build a Culture of Innovation? Start with Experimentation

We talk a lot about needing a culture of innovation to thrive amidst digital transformation, but we should take that conversation a step back. A culture of innovation cannot exist without a culture of experimentation. If you want your organization … Read more

Why You Should Not Celebrate Failure

“In order to succeed you must fail, so that you know what not to do the next time” – Anthony J D’Angelo

D’Angelo’s words are just one of the many monikers that encourage failure – how else are we meant … Read more

Workplace Greatness: No Guarantees #TChat Recap

There we were — discussing the factors that make “great” employers so special.

I couldn’t resist asking how organizations on Fortune Magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” compare with those featured in Jim CollinsRead more