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May 31, 2012

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Amit

We are developing a tool that actually implements the Checklist Manifesto - http://tallyfy.com

Thomas Mungoven

I am really glad that I have found this post and I thank you for letting us know about this information….This is a big help for sure!!Thanks!

John Loukidelis

I found The Checklist Manifesto really interesting reading, and I have implemented several checklists in my practice. The point about how they help build teams is a good one. I think my assistant rather enjoys pointing out when I'm not completing a checklist properly. Good checklists are hard to do, however. Too many legal checklists I've seen are merely akin to PowerPoint presentations on a subject matter, which is not what Gawande is trying to describe in his book.

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