The best innovators are failures

01/30/2012 | Forbes

Transformational leadership isn't just delivering on bright ideas, writes Martin Zwilling, citing the new book "Transformative Entrepreneurs" by Jeffrey A. Harris. It's also making ugly, messy decisions, rolling with the punches and bouncing back productively. "[T]he process of innovation is not always pretty and rarely successful. The best entrepreneurs ... learn from prior mistakes, persevere and launch a new venture with considerably improved odds of success," Zwilling writes.

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