The Checklist Manifesto 


When you have an idea that you’d like to explore, or are about to complete an important task(s) do you keep track of its completion? Its successes? Its opportunities? The significant value of utilizing a checklist is something that can often be forgotten about or considered beneath our capabilities. Why bother with a checklist if everything is already mapped out for us in our minds? Wrong. And I’ll tell you why. Kudos to Kevin Pattison at the TPS Group in Sudbury, ON for recommending that I read “The Checklist Manifesto”. If you have yet to hear of this incredible book, it’s one that, as a leader, you must consider and pick up today. Written by Atul Gawande, “The Checklist Manifesto” educates its readers on how to get things right. Don’t ignore the little things in leadership. Always remember to appreciate – and pay close attention to – the prior, current, and post details of every task at hand.

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