Innovation: The Art of Being Wrong
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So, your company wants to be innovative. Are you comfortable with failure? The word failure is littered with negative connotations. Elon Musk financed three failed SpaceX rocket launches. Edison designed more than 2,000 light bulbs that did not work. The Wright brothers crashed dozens of planes and gliders before one took off. And the Americas were discovered through failed circumnavigation. Some failed small and learned. And some failed big but survived and thrived. The lesson is that organizations must embrace failure to accelerate innovation. Join Stefana Saxton to learn how to create freedom from the fear of failure using adaptive analytical perspectives that encourage ideas and discovery. She will show you how to keep your organization innovative and successful by creating a culture of passion, drive, and ambition in the midst of failure. You’ll also learn practical and applicable ways to create a safe environment for innovation in your workplace while being able to identify what types of failures are acceptable. You’ll leave with the ideas and tools to design your future mindset for growth to sustain a culture of innovation.