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“Fail often” but not too often

“Failing fast and often” has become an innovation mantra. Of course, not everyone takes this wisdom at face value. Even more tellingly, no one has taken the trouble to explain what “fast” and “often” precisely mean when applied to failure. … Continue reading

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The Art of Killing (a Project)

(This post first appeared on the Front End of Innovation Blog) As innovation becomes an increasingly popular topic in business literature, social media and public discussions, it also turns into a powerful magnet for clichés. One of the most used, if … Continue reading

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