|Dorothy Lindman Venture-Lieutenant, Washington—Seattle aka Gwen Smith|
LazarX wrote:It's a basic lesson you learn when setting up priorities... when everything is high priority... nothing is.Now if only my work knew this...
I didn't know you worked at my old office! Our project planners actually scheduled it out so that every single item was on a critical path, so when some piece was late, they subtracted the slip from the time allotted to the people at the end of the process, so the last processes in line just got less and less time.
Guess where I was? (More than one I had to explain to the higher ups that we can't physically give you artwork for the box until the people in front of us actually give us the dieline for that box.)