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Let’s try something new!
The more flexible we are and the better we become at adopting new practices, the better we will survive even the toughest spots. That is why we encourage our personnel to participate actively and to try new approaches.
Trial and error sounds like a fun method, but in real life it often requires taking a long step outside your comfort zone. Trying out new things always tends to cause some difficulties – minor or major. When you are trying out something new, you may have to do new things and the results may not be what you expect. Some examples of things we have tried include new materials, packages, product sizes and folding patterns.
When trying new things, the key is to remember that every new idea cannot be a success. Trial and error requires boldness from the personnel, but it’s also challenging for the management, because they have to tolerate failures and encourage their people to try again. Instead of being too worried about failures or wasted resources, we need to see trial and error as a process through which we can learn something new.
When trying new things, the key is to remember that every new idea cannot be a success.