How to Prevent Things Going Wrong

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Things go wrong in organisations for a number of reasons: people might do less than they are capable of, or misuse their resources, or choose an inappropriate time or place to act... We misread situations; we take the wrong actions; we're often out of tune and out of step. But things could be worse: what if our errors were tabulated and published every weekend like those of a football team? You can reduce the number of mistakes in your organisation by considering this advice... 1. Learn from your previous mistakes. Mistakes will happen. Murphy had it right when he said that if anything can go wrong, it will. The worst mistake is to make the same mistake more than once. Learn to analyse what goes wrong, make notes on what to do and what not to do next time - and make sure you get it right in future. 2. [...]