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Listen: The Recipe for Success? Fail a Lot

Joi Ito, director of the MIT Media Lab via Innovation Hub | Great Minds, Great Conversations | The Recipe for Success? Fail a Lot.

 

The cost of failure has gone down...the cost of sitting around and trying to decide to do something or not is higher than the cost of just trying something... Failures are the best was to learn fast.

We can play with reality cheaper than theories... Don't let the lack of theory stop you. I'd much rather have something work in practice and not in theory, rather than in theory and not in practice.

 

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From Elsewhere: Insourcing Health Care Innovation — NEJM

Best argument I've seen for the creation of internal, embedded innovation centers to promote design-thinking as a culture in health systems. Insourcing Health Care Innovation — NEJM.

Insourcing Health Care Innovation — NEJM

 

Many health care profession- als find it irritating when management gurus recommend solving health care’s problems with approaches they would “copy and paste” from unrelated industries ...

 

...Health care is not a single problem but thousands of problems, and rather than seeking a solution derived from other fields, we’d do better to find a solution process to use from within.... 

 

...Forward-thinking health systems understand the obligation to improve value. Health care can benefit from outside perspectives in this endeavor, but clinicians have the requisite drive, experience, and context to be productive innovators. If we adapt and internalize proven innovation principles from other fields, much effective innovation can come from within.