Description by Adam

When I arrived at ILM, the checkbox was already a piece of institutional practice. I noticed it one day early in my tenure, looking over the shoulder of my boss, Brian Gernand, as he went down his to-do list for me that day. Next to every item on his list, down the left-hand side, he’d drawn little boxes. Some of the boxes were empty, some were colored in, others were only partially filled in. I asked him about it when we were done and he explained it very simply:

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