Today's Featured Blog Posts
Encouraging Innovation: Walking the Talk
"We often claim our nonprofits encourage a culture of creativity and innovation. Most don't. If they did, half of the stories at the bar would be about experiments that didn't work, the annual office party would include an award for the best idea that failed miserably, and staff members would spend more time trying new things and talking about what they learned from their failures than wasting time in meetings debating what they are going to do next." Read full post.
Failure versus Mistakes
"A mistake is when you do something wrong, even though you knew the right way to do it. Failure is when you are trying something new, and you don't know ahead of time how to make it successful. A typo in a conference brochure is a mistake. It's not like you didn't know how to spell the word correctly." Read the full post.