We’ve heard winning isn’t everything, but brand-new research proves that “losing” might improve your success in the long run.
After three years of pursuing an daring project to understand what kinds of crews promote optimal innovation, my colleagues and I were nearing the finishing line. The arising newspaper was nearing long-awaited booklet. The magazine we’d targeted had put the working papers through various remember rounds, we’d addressed all comments, and the writer had reviewed the paper to meet the journal’s stringent space requirement. So when we left for the year-end anniversaries, we felt great.
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