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In seeking to address complex problems, testing out different approaches is key. But the stigma of failure gets in the way of recognising and learning from failure. Although we can learn from pratice where there is sufficient trust to expose personal failures, where there isn't a shared experience of innovation (testing and learning rapidly), organisational learning from failure is unlikely.
I suggest the need to develop new ways of collaborating to share unique and critical insights from failure in complex systems.