What is your review of the Checklist Manifesto by Gawande?
“ The Checklist Manifesto is beautifully written, engaging, and convincingly makes the case for adopting checklists in medicine, a project to which Gawande has devoted significant time over the last several years. . . . It is in many ways the most personal of his books, a direct call to action to change the way health care is delivered…
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What can a checklist do for You?
Atul Gawande makes a compelling argument that we can do better, using the simplest of methods: the checklist. In riveting stories, he reveals what checklists can do, what they can’t, and how they could bring about striking improvements in a variety of fields, from medicine and disaster recovery to professions and businesses of all kinds.
Do we look for patterns in our failures?
The author believes that we normally do not look for patterns in our failures but we should, and the simple checklist could serve as our guide (p. 185). I, personally, have always made use of checklists, finding them a valuable means to keep me on task and remind me of what needs to be done.
What is an a level sketchbook?
Art sketchbook, A Level (Fine Art): a beautiful, rich sketchbook page showing imitation of paintings by artist Shawn Barber. A Level Fine Art sketchbook page showing analysis and imitation of works by Gerhard Richter.
Is there tacky on the pages of a sketchbook?
There is no tacky decoration on the pages: effort has been placed into the work alone: a sincere and aesthetically joyful investigation. Art sketchbook, A Level (Fine Art): a beautiful, rich sketchbook page showing imitation of paintings by artist Shawn Barber.