Here’s an older article from Businessweek. It’s not about international business failures, but the general message is very fitting: good companies embrace and learn from failure. I am just wondering if embracing failure sometimes doesn’t only promote creativity and risk-taking, but also ignorance and stupidity. That failure is tolerated could easily mean that companies don’t bother to go the extra mile and weigh all alternatives and scenarios, but blindly rush in.
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