Fail fast but pursue perfection. This paradox underlies lean manufacturing. In the culture of success, forward-thinking professionals and businesses have been embracing the fail-fast mindset to develop solutions optimized for market needs. Fast failures are not in fact failures but part of the learning process, which helps streamline the production process and reach the perfect version of one’s work. Fast failures provide valuable insights into the quality of one’s work and help pinpoint must-does. The paradox of fast failure can in fact help succeed long-term. The efficiency of the lean production process cannot be achieved without fully embracing the challenge of failure and continuous improvement.
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