Friday, August 10, 2012

Failure management

When you want to improve your team, you're obviously interested in the Change Managemment. What is not so clear, is that you should be interested in the Failure Management as well.

When you're changing the team, you will fail from time to time. You will propose and try to apply some misconceived ideas. We like to see change, but don't want to admit the failure. The failure however is often the sign of the change happening.

Do you talk about the failures with your team? Do you explicitly discuss the correlation between your failures and your progress as a team?

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