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Failure is an option

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Capitalize on your failure in 5 minutes.

Je Without any doubt you have worked on a project with a different outcome than expected. But did you ever think about lessons you and others could learn from your experience?

Learning from failures was never that easy and so much fun!

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  1. Share your failure
    Learning from your failures was never that easy. Capitalize on your failure in 5 steps.
  2. We analyse and give advice
    We take immediate action on the basis of your learned lesson! After a short analysis, we will hand out practical tools on making the most out of the lesson you learned for yourself, for your team and for your organization.
  3. Enhance the innovative environment
    We will add your learned lesson to our database to help others learn from your lesson as well.

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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 [...]

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Archetypes of failures

We have already seen a lot of failures. Often they lead to ‘universal lessons’ to be learned; patterns or learned lessons that exceed a specific experience and could be applied in lots of other innovation projects. Based on these patterns, we developed 20 archetypes which can be used to identify a brilliant failure.

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Winner announced of the Prize for the best learning moment in International Development Cooperation – The Brilliant Failure 2012.

October 9th, 2012|Comments Off on 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 [...]

The Museum of Failed Products

September 27th, 2012|Comments Off on The Museum of Failed Products

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 [...]

Brilliant Failure Culture Checklist

February 6th, 2012|Comments Off on Brilliant Failure Culture Checklist

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 [...]

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