Succeeding faster in education

“If you want to increase your success rate, double your failure rate.” So said Thomas Watson, the founder of IBM. What he meant, of course, is that people and organizations thrive when they try many experiments, even though most experiments fail.

Failing twice as often means trying twice as many experiments, leading to twice as many failures—but also, he was saying, many more successes.

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