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February 09, 2010



Yep, heard this kind of thing before. Boss always complain about my plan not so good and ask to rework. I ask if he show example of a good plan. He tell me "Try harder. I will tell you when I see the right one."


Good point to ponder for managers, and people with a mentoring responsibility.

In the world of selling product or services (including consulting), often the customer does not know exactly what they want ... you're getting paid to help them figure that out. :-)


One thing about feedback. It has to be specific, relevant and timely. Vague feedback do no good.


1) Set Clear Expectations
2) Monitor Performance
3) Provide Timely Feedback


Basic PDCA already defines?

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