Why more people don’t use checklists (and why you should)

Last weekend, I read The Checklist Manifesto: How to get things right by Atul Gawande. Gawande makes a very interesting case of how complex operations from fields as diverse as aviation, construction and surgery can be made safer and more efficient through the use of a surprising low-tech tool: The checklist. Pilots swear by checklist and the use of checklists in flights is the reason why air travel still remains the safest way to travel.

Checklist
Just a checklist
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