Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Do we learn from mistakes?

One of the critical ingredients of an innovation culture is to learn from mistakes. Just last week over 600 million people in northern parts of india were plunged to literal darkness when the national grid tripped twice in the week. The material impact is staggering. Lost of production and productivity was apparent. Some 300 or so long distance trains were stranded.

What do we learn from such massive outages. Will it happen again? Did it trigger the planners to think of contingencies. I wonder. What can we learn from other nations where such outages have occurred?
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