Innovation, Quality and Failure

There is an interesting discussion ongoing in our internal (behind the firewall) blog. It is getting interesting and I thought I would get some wider perspectives on this subject.My colleague writes:Innovation is a messy process where different alternatives need to be tried before we really get something new and useful. For one success there will be many failures. "Innovation" without some "Failure" is not feasible. Therefore, the system has to nurture failureOn the other hand "Quality" is about delivering on time, every time. "Failure" is not an option. Therefore, the…

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