Fail fast, but learn quicker: How to take chances without risking tech disasters

“CIOs are often encouraged to fail fast. This kind of experimentation, so the theory goes, leads to the kinds of solutions to intractable business challenges that can provide the rest of organisation with a competitive advantage. But there is a problem with the concept in practice. Former CIO turned digital advisor Ian Cohen says the idea of ‘failing fast’ is better suited to venture capitalists backing startups, rather than CIOs searching for great new ideas.” [1]

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[1] Mark Samuels for ZDNet

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