In today’s business conversations,”If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” has been replaced by “Fail quickly, fail often.” Posted on walls and in cubicles in start-ups, this reminder to fail is also a reminder to embrace failure in innovation—because there is no greater teacher than trying new things and learning from the experience.
Breaking the Budget
So now that we have all collectively moved past the fear of failure, what holds us back from trying new things? In the workplace, we have the desire to experiment, tinker, and explore, but too often there are roadblocks that make us feel like it’s over before it has even begun. Whether it’s requisitions for new infrastructure or proposals for support services, there is a mountain of red tape before the action can really get started. And, there’s the risk of breaking the budget on big start-up costs that commonly go underutilized.
Fail to Succeed
This was the challenge that inspired the creation of TIBCO Cloud Bus. Our partners shared with us the need for self-service so they could experiment and fail internally before releasing it to the cloud. Our partners wanted to be empowered with the freedom to throw stuff at the proverbial wall to see what would stick. TIBCO Cloud Bus allows teams to play in a virtual sandbox, allowing creators to fail, learn, and publish new products to the cloud with the support of TIBCO Cloud Bus’ elastic, robust group of services.
So what are you waiting for? There’s a white board on your wall with some brilliance, bordered off with a “do not erase” mark waiting for its moment in the sun.
TIBCO Cloud Bus is available for trial – just download it and take those ideas out for a spin.