Mistakes as Shadow Capital in Human Ventures
Keywords:mistakes, shadow capital, reflexive learning, trust
In the paper we present different approaches related to the conceptualisation of mistakes from the literature and situate them with a given methodological framework by Bourdieu. We also draw analogies with the notion of shadow capital and the relevance of applying reflexive learning as a practical means to deal with mistakes in the corporate environment.
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