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Atul Gawande and Checklists as the Solution to Civilization’s Problems

I can’t get enough of Atul Gawande and his approach, so here is his recent TED talk that I think has the most profound implications of any recent TED talk for how we run the world, and tackle our most … Continue reading

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Why People Don’t Use Systematic Processes: Top Ten Conflict Tips

There are a wide array of excellent books that suggest good ways to do things like make decisions or handle conflict. But in my experience, even those people who are trained in such approaches, and shown that they can be … Continue reading

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Medical Errors Kill 100,000: Conflict, Process Discipline and the Medical System

I love American surgeon Atul Gawande’s book ‘The Check List Manifesto‘, which is the inspiration behind the Creative Conflict Model of this blog, which is itself a conflict check list or process discipline. Atul shows very clearly the massive difference, … Continue reading

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