Sunday, July 17, 2022


LESSON LEARNED is what you learn from the methods they used to succeed.

LESSON LEARNED is what you learned from what you did on a given initiative, and that could be what you did right or what you did wrong. Either way, to capture the lessons learned as you go along, together with the decision process that led you to make the choice you did since that provides context for the learning. 

Business can take advantage through re-introducing the past in a new way and build the bridge to effectively connect lesson-learned from the past to the future performance and potential


Lesson Learned from Failures

Learn from Failures No one likes failures, but failures knock our door sometimes. Either individually or at the organizational level, there are some failures perhaps you can control. But others seem completely out of control. The reality of failure is that it is also a way to learn. You can make a transition from failing bitterly to failing better only if you learn from the failures, and then failing is something that prompts you to move ahead.

Innovation Failures Change is coming at seemingly much faster paces, and there are more potential disruptions, with a broader scope, scale, and impact on the business’s long term surviving and thriving. Thus, innovation is not “nice to have,” but must have unique business competency.

Being learning Agile We live in the age of information explosion and knowledge abundance, but the knowledge life cycle has been significantly shortened; so what’s the best way to learn, de-learn or re-learn? Shall you learn from your own experience or others?

Innovation Mantra: Fail Forward At the age of innovation, failure is seen as a fruit full of experience. Failure is part of innovation. It depends on how you read failure: A way to improve until you find the wonderful solution which will suit market or simply a waste of time. It depends on what you learn from it. It follows common sense: you learn more from failure than from your success!

Learning from Failures and Failure Forward No one likes failures, but often failure knocks on our door before success. Failure in ancient Latin is "defectum," and defectum share the same root of the word "deficere" ("missing" in English) that comes from the ancient Greek αποτυχία means failure. εποτυχία means success. The meaning is that understanding that the difference between failure and success is just in one letter... α and ε ... and just one letter can dramatically change the outcome. If failure is inevitable, either running an organization or undergoing a life journey, how do you fail fast and fail forward?

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