Here is an update on the production and publication process for my new book, The Mistakes That Make Us: Cultivating a Culture of Learning and Innovation.
The page layout of the print version takes longer, but should hopefully be done by the end of the next week.
Then comes a round of proofreading, although I'm certain no book has ever been released without at least one mistake in it.
Mistakes should be expected in a book about learning from mistakes? Or should I have a higher standard considering I have a chapter about preventing mistakes?
Mistakes have happened before, as I've blogged about here about the first edition of Lean Hospitals:
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