This is a guest blog by Pamela A. Scott
Have you been in this situation? You’re up against a tight budget and tight timelines on a project. You get the bulk of the work done, but then you just can’t seem to power through to the finish line.
You know your work is really good. If only I could find that one missing piece, you think. Then it would be perfect.
No. It won’t.
“No one is perfect … that’s why pencils have erasers.” ~ Author Unknown
Project manager Chris assigned Joel, a staff engineer, to work on the new roadway project. She told him what she expected and that he should get the work done in three hours.
A day went by without Joel checking back in with Chris. She called him a day later.