Good Thinking Habits

Henry Ford ThinkingDon’t speed up a process if you want the work to be performed faster. This is where directors and managers make mistakes. Don’t assume work is being performed at a slower rate just because you don’t receive the deliverables when you want them.

There may be too many processes. There may be miscommunication and mixed messages. There may be too many last minute requests on your part.

The cure for this problem is deep exploration. Ask thoughtful questions. Read how others have managed their similar problems. This demands good thinking habits. Work hard. Think hard.

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