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Checklists

One traditional form of accountability is the checklist. A checklist describes items that are assessed for two states of completion: done or not. Did you do a certain task? Did you use this tool or that tool to enable the task? Yes or no? Checklists suffer from a lack of discrimination; they reveal little regarding the quality or quantity of a tool used or how a task was done in terms of percent completion against its original requirements.

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