Learning Velocity in scale-ups

by Menno van Dijk, Anna Fenko, Ji-ye Oh,
Jorgen Sandig and Liselore Havermans

Learning the smart way, not the hard way

Although the romantic image of entrepreneurs learning from failure prevails, this painful way of learning becomes much too costly as more and more is at stake.

In its latest study, the ScaleUpLab looks at how scale-ups can start learning the smart way.

“As a scale-up, you do not need to learn from failure.”

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The Authors

Menno Van Dijk

Founder & CEO

Anna Fenko


Ji-ye Oh


Jorgen Sandig

ScaleUpLab Director

Liselore Havermans

Sr. Researcher

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