“All my successes have been built on my failures.” – Benjamin Disraeli
The development community is failing… to learn from failure. Instead of recognizing these experiences as learning opportunities, we hide them away out of fear and embarrassment.
No more. This site is an open space for development professionals who recognize that the only “bad” failure is one that’s repeated. Those who are willing to share their missteps to ensure they don’t happen again. It is a community and a resource, all designed to establish new levels of transparency, collaboration, and innovation within the development sector.
Get involved – share failures, build knowledge and encourage others to do the same – so we all benefit, today.
The 2nd Aid Blog Forum: Admitting Aid Failure?
There are increasing demands for [development practitioners] to talk in meaningful, less simplistic and less universally rosy terms about what we accomplish.
Increasingly we’re being asked to talk about our failures. So, what do you think?
Join the Tales from the Hood Aid Blog Forum discussion.
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RT @CGDev:The @M_Clem @JeffDSachs Millennium Villages debate continues-Clemens explains proper evaluation is important: http://t.co/d8ViNAuv
RT @FastCoDesign: Great example here from @TimHarford on how embracing failure leads to success. http://t.co/r5sHNR5R
Aid Blog Forum @Talesfromthehood has completely sidetracked my day http://t.co/8AzvlvI9
So much great failure blog reading, so little time!
"I totally failed to apply my own lessons to myself" Humility gold. New failure posted from @edwardrcarr http://t.co/w6CPvdCn
.@AndyNarracott Thanks! Did you see this WatSan failure. Picked it out special for you :) http://t.co/YkH1dfQq
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