Do Stuff - the maker culture

We are living in a maker culture. Do things. Fail-fast-fix-fast. To lower cost of development, to foster innovation and get the right product faster to the market. Then, big corporations and government in general seems to have a hard time getting this and living this.

Many organisations have a culture where failing is bad. Very bad. So bad that excuses are made-up or cover-ups are made. And then they don't learn. Especially public projects seem to have problems with getting to the maker culture - they are still the analyser culture, or the discuss culture. How do we change these large corporations and government institutions so they learn to fail fast and fix fast - getting minimal viable products out and learn from them, fix them and get new and better products out - instead of trying to design the ideal system and deny its faults when it does not work…