I finished reading the Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande on the weekend. What a read!
It has been surprising on many fronts. And I have known the premise of this book for a couple of years.
Where to start?
My favourite aspect of the book is that the answer is mentioned right up front. It is in the title. At the end of the first chapter, he tells you what he is arguing for.
As I read the last sentence of the chapter I admit I was thinking “Is that all?”.
“What is he going to write about for the next 200 pages if he has given the game away?” Continue reading “Book Review – The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right”