Failure doesn't mean you are a failure... it just means you haven't succeeded yet -Robert Schuller.Following are some summarized points that why do people generally fail in an organization and in turn result in failure of the organization.
1. Lack of Identity They don’t know who they are or who they want to be. They are defined by the latest, greatest, newest trend and this is a cyclical process. A person or organization without an identity or clear values to shape their identity is destined to fail.
2. Copy Cat This is similar to point 1, however the heart behind this one is to be like “so and so.” It’s important to copy what’s burning deep inside you, not what’s burning inside of someone else. If your only desire is to mimic someone else and not bring anything new, fresh or different to the table, you are destined to fail.
3. No Proper Feedback It’s important for individuals and organizations to have the proper people speaking into their plan and their life. This helps to bring clarity to their identity and encourages individuals to be true to their unique calling.
4. Me Syndrome When people start thinking just about themselves there definitely going to be a failure. Failure island is a lonely place to be for selfish people.
5. What, How, Why They don't know WHAT they are supposed to do, They don't know HOW to do it; They don't know WHY they should do it.
6. Lack of guidance Not enough time for them to do it, and they are working on the wrong priority items.
7. Lack of motivation Not properly motivated and have a poor attitude towards their job also, they are not capable of doing the job due to some personal limits. Some employees have personal problems that come to work with them. When your mind is distracted with worry or fear about other issues, it is hard to do your job.
8. Quitters Most people give up in the current working situation I think it’s important to always keep trying to change and move the ball of success down the field. If you quit prematurely, you are always destined to fail.
“Most people give up just when they’re about to achieve success. They quit on the one-yard line. They give up at the last minute of the game, one foot from a winning touch down. ~ Ross Perot