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19 March 2010
FIST & Failure
In a recent briefing, after showing data which supports the idea that small, rapid, inexpensive projects (i.e. FIST projects) have a higher success rate than large, slow, expensive ones... and after describing the difference between optimal failures (cost a little, teach a lot) and epic failures (cost a lot, teach a little) and showing that FIST projects fail optimally, I still got the question about "How can we deal with all the failures?"