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Dense and Lazy

You have to tell them what to do—and that’s exactly what they do. No more, no less. An imprecise explanation will lead to mistakes. You will find them all over the place, but (not surprisingly) you rarely see them in higher management.

Who in your team is dense and lazy?


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Two other Opinions:

  1. Asuka_Aki
    11:43 on Friday, June 13th, 2008
    That is so true. Before having my last little one I worked in an overhaul center doing heavy maintenance work on aircrafts. You can only imagine the hilarious results and wast of time coming up du to unclear or not precise instructions. 10 people can interpret the same thing differently. I once riveted little tools all around a cargo door. I thought they where some sort of doublers. They were actually template to pierce the holes!
  2. Ada
    12:59 on Friday, June 13th, 2008
    That sounds like a teammate I had who waited for the last minute to overhaul a joint project I had spent weeks working on, because she didn’t have “time” for input.

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