When your directs tell you, "I'm working on X, and Y, and Z," it's often a sign that they lack detailed deliverables and deadlines. Here's how to encourage them to deliver.
Projects and task are often delayed because deadlines are vague, or distant, or tasks are too big and hard to quantify. Even if a project is already started, you can accelerate its progress by asking for details and creating deliverables.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Why are projects and tasks so often delayed?
- How can I help my directs meet their deliverables?
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