Avoid disasters by focusing on the details

11/5/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Disasters happen when lots of small problems fall into alignment, says "Trapped Under the Sea" author Neil Swidey. Smart leaders learn from disaster literature and case studies, and they understand the importance of sweating the small stuff. "If you're more mindful of all those holes in the Swiss cheese, you can often prevent them from lining up," Swidey notes.

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