Study Failures Too

If you want to learn the secrets of success, it seems perfectly reasonable to study successful people and organizations. But the research of Jerker Denrell, an assistant professor of organizational behavior, suggests that studying successes without also looking at failures tends to create a misleading-if not entirely wrong-picture of what it takes to succeed.

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