The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right


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  • book_status: read,
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  • aggregatedRating: 🙂okay (3/5),
  • author: Atul Gawande,
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  • genre: non-fiction,
  • isbn: 9780805091748,
  • isPartOf: Books in DCU, Books that changed my life,
  • name: The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right,
  • review: Checklists work, they provide discipline, and are critical in complicated tasks such as surgery and flying a plane. That sums the book, though of course why checklists are needed, and how they are adopted and some good stories about their use is what makes the book a good read. Alas, I bought the book in the hope of using checklists for personal productivity - to which the book provides no clue or indication. Still, I will say this has been an enjoyable read if only so as to read about checklists used and being useful across the world.,
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