The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande

He is always a pleasure to read, making something dry and procedural–basically, practical advice–into somethingI wanted to keep reading, wit well chosen anecdotes that really made me root for him. Personal and objective at the same time, because he was investigating something, but he also wanted to use it himself, and thought it was important for the world. Still, it was never really a book about himself. Made me think!

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