What your wins can teach you that your losses can't

04/2/2011 | Harvard Business Review

Most bosses carefully scrutinize their failures to get their organizations back on track, but the best leaders apply the same careful diagnostic approach to their successes. Studying success helps companies understand why they're doing well and to repeat their successes, rather than relying on momentum to keep them at the top, write Francesca Gino and Gary Pisano.

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