Posted by: Smartplanet.com
Author: Reena Jana
Start-ups and corporations seeking to create the next profitable, innovative product should rethink their attitudes toward failure, suggests Tina Seelig, the executive director of Stanford University’s Technology Ventures Program. The program supports entrepreneurship at Stanford’s School of Engineering.
“There’s a huge problem with the word failure,” Seelig said in an interview with Karen A. Frankel published on the Web site of the Association for Computing Machinery on April 17. “As a scientist, when I do an experiment that doesn’t work as I expected, what do I call it? Data. It’s not a failure.” Read Full Article Here