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Winner announced of the Prize for the best learning moment in International Development Cooperation – The Brilliant Failure 2012.
Amsterdam, 9 October 2012 The award for the best learning moment in International Development 2012 was presented to FACT for learning from Jatropha projects in Mozambique, Mali and Honduras. The prize was presented to Ywe [...]
Robert McMath - a marketing professional - intended to accumulate a reference library of consumer products. The course of action was: Starting in the 1960s he started to purchase and preserve a sample of every [...]
The Institute of Brilliant Failures is currently working on a checklist that will give a first impression of your organisations current status with respect to cultivating a ´Brilliant Failure Culture´. The checklist will be build [...]
The Institute of Brilliant Failures aims to promote a positive attitude towards failures. Take a risk, make a mistake, and learn from your experiences: this attitude is becoming increasingly important in our society. By Paul [...]
The Irish writer and artist James Joyce, best known for his landmark novel Ulysses, discovered the virtues of failure during the early years of his career as a writer. It started in 1904 with an [...]
Celebrating Brilliant Failures Harvard Business Review august 2007: Every journey has missteps, and organizations must learn to incorporate them into the process and learn from them... We held two dinners this spring, one in New [...]