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Lesson 03: Ted Talk – Atul Gawande

Philip Arnfield July 13, 2017

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  • If checklists work for procedures in an operating theater, name me a business type, or process within in a business, where checklists would not have application?
  • Checklists make experts better.
  • Systems comprise three¬†skills:
    1. Find out where your failures are.
    2. Devise solutions.
    3. Develop an ability to implement.

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