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  • "Why Most Product Launches Fail" by Joan Schneider and Julie Hall.
  • FEATURE ARTICLES

  • "Strategies for Learning from Failure" by Amy C. Edmondson.
  • "Why Leaders Don't Learn from Success" by Francesca Gino and Gary P. Pisano.
  • "Failing by Design" by Rita Gunther McGrath.
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    Courage

    Excellent articles about failure. I encourage failure as a teacher. Now I plan to encourage review of success to better understand both sides. If only more corporate and business leaders would have the courage to accept failure and teach their replacements through acceptance (model the behavior) we would all be better off, leaders and followers.

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