Are errors keeping you awake at night? For a couple of sports science students at Northumbria University, a misplaced decimal point in a controlled experiment involving caffeine nearly ended in death, not just a sleepless night.
The Japanese have a saying: Even monkeys fall from trees.
All human beings make mistakes – even your very best people. But not all mistakes are the same. And there are ways to prevent mistakes from happening. You can’t eradicate mistakes but it’s certainly possible to measurably reduce them.
At school we learn to read, write and do arithmetic – amongst other things! But you never learn how to be accurate.
Last week my firm of solicitors sent me their letter of engagement to confirm some work I had asked them to do. The documents arrived in a very smart folder, which boasted on its front cover ‘exceptional client service, every time’.
Master Accuracy Trainer Hugh Murray talks to Cambridge 105fm about learning from mistakes.
Developing an Eye for Accuracy delegates score error rates of under 1%
"If you need me to be more accurate, I need more time"
Improved data checks bring big boost to productivity
Our new Ripple Effect Activity highlights the effect and consequences of mistakes.
How ‘on the ball’ are you? Here’s a picture of our Accuracy Business Development colleague Lissa. She’s always on the ball...
Accuracy Asides is the name of our accuracy blog
You get to hear about our latest accuracy course results, the real-life 'bloomers' which come to our attention and all the latest news and juicy gossip about errors! We share accuracy tips and advice too.