Why mistakes could be a good thing for your company

12/29/2011 | Forbes

Companies can benefit from their mistakes when people learn from them. They can even lead to unexpected innovations. Mistakes are so valuable that companies should try making them on purpose, according to Paul Schoemaker, a business professor and expert on decision making. He encourages leaders to adopt a systematic approach to mistakes that can inspire new ways of doing business.

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