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Creativity and the Role of Failure
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Successes from Failures 3M’s glue Viagra The Edsel
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Experience Failure You’ve got to take risk to be creative, and taking a risk involves possible failure Failure and innovation go hand in hand – two sides of the same coin Failure is experience – not something bad Why we hire people with experience Creativity involves sometimes learning from failure and going on from there
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Experience Failure Cultural Considerations You’ve got to get to where It’s OK to Fail In fact, don’t be afraid to fail, even if not tolerated !!! Culture must support this notion or innovation is dead Creating this culture means nurturing it; they’re similar but different notions Reward success and failure; punish inaction
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Experience Failure Cultural Considerations (2) Examples: Today: GE Medical Products – Diagnostic Imaging Disney Yesterday: Steve Jobs and Apple in the early days Rob Campbell and ForeThought
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ENT 3003 taught by Professor Rossi during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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