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Aren't mistakes just a part of being human?


"Maybe, but simply saying 'to err is inhuman' is a cop out for avoidable and correctable mistakes and gives up far too much ground. For too long, we have accepted human error as an inescapable part of our existence. This defeatist attitude results in unnecessary compromise of our mission and goals.


Recent research provides a body of knowledge that can dramatically change our performance, and our lives, for the better. This is life altering leverage and restores personal responsibility and accountability to their rightful place in the performance equation."

Blue Threat: Why to Err is Inhuman

  • Tony Kern, 2009

  • Paperback 256 pages: 6 X 9

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