The political scene in the UK at the moment is fractious, the economic scene is too scary to think about. In a recent political panel discussion there was debate about the failure of the chancellors mini-budget to calm the nerves of the markets. A pro-government voice said that mistakes are to be embraced and learned from, whilst an opposition voice said that when an aeroplane is landing in high winds a mistake can be fatal. Putting all the politics and "mistakes" that kill people, aside no one wants them to happen, but mistakes happen. What mistakes have you made in your procurement life and what did you learn from them?
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