I admit, I am a person who must improve a lot when it comes to organization, both personally and when investing. However, I have decided to change this situation and for this I have decided to start with this book recommended by the investor of Indian origin Mohnish Pabrai. In this article I will analyze and give you my opinion on the book "the Checklist effect" by Atul Gawande, a book aimed at minimizing the mistakes we make in our day to day life.
Datasheet of the Checklist effect
- Title: The Checklist effect. How a simple checklist eliminates mistakes and saves lives.
- Authors: Atul Gawande
- Published by Antoni Bosch
- Año: 2.011
- Page: 190
Analysis and opinion
Atul Gawande, the author of the book, is a surgeon of the value investing how investors like the one already mentioning Mohnish Pabrai (from Pabrai Investment Funds) o Guy Spier (de Aquamarine Capital Management) use checklists on a regular basis in the business valuation process.
Assessment of the Atul Gawande Checklist effect
The Checklist effect is one of those books that serve to open your eyes and realize the usefulness of something, in this case, checklists or checklists. Furthermore, the book does not contribute much either, although in general I can say that it has been quite useful.
Recommended for: People who want to organize themselves better and want to see the usefulness of using checklists in different areas.
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