Quality Assurance and Project Management

Jul 29 2012   9:03PM GMT

Learning From Failures Is A Good Practice



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
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: It it not good to fail in all your projects and in achieving your goals. But it is inevitable to avoid failures or delays at times. This can happen in any kind of project and at any stage of the project. One bad habit that is counted as good is the ‘Passion of Winning”. Everyone has an urge to win in life. But few are there who are passionate about winning always. There is a good quote I found somewhere whose author is not known. It goes like this: “Good decisions come from wisdom. Wisdom comes from experience. Experience comes from bad decisions. ~ Anonymous”.

This is an excellent quote that fits into all times and eras. We do take decisions in our day to day life, whether in projects or in personal life. All decisions do not go in favor. Sometimes some decisions do large amount of harms that result into project disruption, delays. Wiser men do not let go this opportunity waste. They do learn from the bad decisions taken and their impact on project. This experience if carried forward in further projects and decisions come too handy in going right next time. Such experiences make you wiser one step further every time.

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