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The Mistake Bank Manifesto

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To Progress in Complex Environments, Experiment

by: John Caddell

I was talking to my wife tonight about a discovery I'll call the "Mistake Bank Manifesto" which I'll post about later. The upshot of what I was saying is that the folks who wrote the Mistake Bank Manifesto (I named it, others created it) asserted that learning from mistakes, while exceptionally useful to senior leadership teams, is often highly unnatural for very successful leaders.

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Leadership in Games Is a Task, Not an Identity

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Great Innovation Requires Great Teams, Candor, and Acceptance of Mistakes

by: John Caddell

While preparing yesterday's post on the business value of dissent, I stumbled upon some research by Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson on team learning. The research centered on explaining a paradox--why in her studies did excellent teams make more errors than poor teams?

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Top 5 Harvard Business Review Breakthrough Ideas

by: John Caddell

In which we select the best of the annual Harvard Business Review list of twenty breakthrough ideas (free link) for the benefit of time-constrained executives everywhere. This service is provided at no extra charge.

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Mapping The Serious Games Industry Within The UK

by: Eliane Alhadeff  (also see Business&Games)

The West Midlands (UK) region is fast becoming recognized as one of the key EU regions with regard to the development of Serious Games.

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MacArthur Series on Digital Media and Learning (it's live!)

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Serious Games To Understand Nanothech Available For Download

by: Eliane Alhadeff

Via: NanoMission - 3 Games Modules Available For Download!

Following my prior post Serious Games To Understand Nanotech, PlayGen has made 3 game modules available for download:NanoMedicine, NanoScaling and Nano Imaging.

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Idea Store - Created and Managed by Tower Hamlets Council - Home

by: David Polinchock

You know, I wish I could remember where I first read about this, but what a cool idea. Totally changing the idea of what a library is and does. I love the idea of the library as an "idea store" too. Not a repository of information that is sometimes hard to navigate, but a place for you to get ideas.

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