When a company fails to reach its goals, it often becomes more willing to take risk. Such reaction to failure is how a small company called Nichia Chemical came to create what others deemed impossible -- a blue diode. But the reaction can go awry, resulting in recklessness or fraud, says INSEAD Professor Henrich Greve. He suggests that checks and balances should accompany a firm's performance-feedback system.

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