3 Tips for Leading a Business Environment to Really Fail, Fast, Forward

Cutting through the hype to create alignment and business results

Most leaders have been exposed to the concept of “Fail, Fast, Forward” in its many different forms at least a few hundreds times.  As a quick historical review, the concept started becoming mainstream in the mid-2000’s and basically took an old concept and made it more relevant to the digital age.  I’m sure you’ve seen quotes such as Thomas Edison saying “I have not failed, I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work” on LinkedIn and Facebook many times and have made a mental note about how profound it is.  In essence, “Fail, Fast, Forward is a concept that embraces learning from mistakes and moving forward; without making the same mistakes over and over again. 

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