Delighted to say that this new, shorter read with the Biblical bits removed and brought down to the bare bones.. is now available for purchase. Currently only available for purchase via us on eBay (see our “How to Order” page), it will soon be available in your favourite bookshops… Please do send in your reviews – thank you!
The Royal College of Surgeons of England have just released two podcasts on Failing Intelligently, entitled “Failing well, Failing badly” and “Good care, Bad experiences”.
You can listen to them here:
Delighted to offer a free webinar – Learning from failure and why it is key to long-term success: Finding the upside of life downs.
This is an excellent article by Harvard Professor, Amy C Edmondson. In it, she states:
“My central argument is that hospitals don’t learn from failure because of two interrelated organisational issues. Firstly, at the frontlines of patient care in hospitals the interpersonal climate often inhibits speaking up with questions, concerns, and challenges that might have contributed to catching and correcting human error before patients are harmed.2 Moreover, the culture of medicine more generally discourages admission of error, thereby greatly diminishing a given hospital’s potential to learn from mistakes, both consequential or not. Secondly, features of the work design and culture of most hospitals make workarounds and quick fixes the dominant response to failures, rather than root cause analysis and systematic problem solving,7 which contribute to organisational improvement and innovation.”
See the link below for the full article:
Caris Grimes talks about personal, professional and Biblical failure… Lets learn together.