Permission to Learn and Make Mistakes
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the value of learning from mistakes.
- Expectations in making decisions.
- When a decision is needed, the worst thing is to avoid making a decision.
- Do your best, but don’t fear making a mistake, as long as you learn from the mistake.
- Analyzing root cause is not assigning blame. It includes taking responsibility.
- Pareto principle.
- Aim for zero safety mistakes.
- FMEA quality objectives are based on common mistakes, and converting them into quality principles.
- Difficult subjects often require going out of your comfort zone.
- Wrong attitude: failures are bad during product development.
- Culture: failure is good during product development.
- What can you do when the organizational culture is not open to discussing failure?
- Why a culture that values disagreement is positive?
- Always use good judgment and due diligence; if mistakes happen, learn from them so they do not repeat.
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“Experience is the name people give to their mistakes.” Oscar Wilde