"Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly", Robert F. Kennedy. But what can we learn from our failures? And how?
In this lecture, Samuel West curator at the Museum of Failure in Sweden, will use the stories of the exhibited items as a backdrop to explore the theme 'Learning from Innovation Failure'. The main points being: Acceptance of failure, improving learning from failure, and establishing a team climate of psychological safety in which it is safe to take meaningful risks.
A cocktail reception will take place before the keynote lecture from 5:00 p.m.
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Dr. Samuel West is a licensed clinical psychologist. He received his PhD in Organizational Psychology from Lund University, Sweden with his dissertation entitled “Playing at Work: Organizational Play as a Facilitator of Creativity”. He works at SUPERLAB, which aims at developing and refining products, services and organizations through research. West is popular for his talk: Learning from failure: lessons from the Museum of Failure. He also conducts workshops that focus on improving the ability to learn from failure and on building a climate of psychological safety among teams necessary for innovation.
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