|There's nothing like a good checklist|
---as long as you use it properly!
With contributions from Celine Clive, Polaris Compliance Consultants, Inc.,
Lisa Olson, PAREXEL International, and Linda Borkowski, Independent Compliance Consultants
There’s nothing wrong with using a good checklist, as long as you remember that there will always be something wrong with your checklist. It is simply not possible to develop a checklist that will get to the core of every problem, that will cover every scenario, or that will ever be any reasonable substitute for that all important question: “Why?” So how can you develop the best checklists possible and avoid relying on them too heavily?