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Failure is an option

A Brilliant Failure?

A brilliant failure is a well-prepared opportunity with a different outcome than planned and a learning effect.

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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.
  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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Join the Brilliant Failure Award Healthcare 2017!

We learn by falling and getting back up again, by trial and error. We learn alone, but also with and from each other. Don't have your own Brilliant Failure, but are you curious about [...]

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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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Why failure is an option?

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Join the Brilliant Failure Award Healthcare 2017!

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We learn by falling and getting back up again, by trial and error. We learn alone, but also with and from each other. Don't have your own Brilliant Failure, but are you curious about [...]

Enroll your failure for the award Healthcare 2017

October 24th, 2017|0 Comments

Amsterdam, June 29 2017   Many universal lessons to learn from failures in healthcare  Too often we miss promising innovations in healthcare because we learn inadequately from failures. That's what Paul Iske and Bas [...]

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