In her excellent book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Carol Dweck talks about two mindsets: growth mindset and fixed mindset. People with a growth mindset believe effort can change the outcome. They don’t consider failure as a final outcome. Something that tells about their ability. Instead, they embrace failure and regard every failure as a momentary setback — and an opportunity to learn — that they could overcome through hard work, dedication, and effort.
According to Dweck, successful people maintain a growth mindset. To my understanding, so do successful organizations. Because mindset ultimately determines your behavior and actions. She writes in the book: