Gustavo Ballvé on September 5th, 2012
Food for thought, Home, Investment Themes, Mental models, Portfolio Management, Risk management

A good-humored introduction of sorts to the book Checklist Manifesto – we posted about it in January 2011. The Financial Times’ John Kay uses a personal trip checklist to discuss much more serious uses for it. While we were reading that, we found two other articles about checklists in the FT: one a 2010 Checklist Manifesto book review and the other a 2009 story about the medical/healthcare use of checklists. Ever the skeptics, we also highlighted the destructive power of dumb checklists – or the dumb use of checklists, to be more precise.

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