When We Learn From Failure (and When We Don’t) – From HBR Blog Network



“When do you pass the buck and when do you take the blame? New research shows most of us only cop to failures if they can’t be attributed to something – or someone – else. But when we dodge accountability, we prevent ourselves from learning…” because we are more likely to learn from our mistakes if we take personal ownership of the mistakes.

Check out When We Learn From Failure (and When We Don’t) by Gretchen Gavett at the HBR Blog Network.

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