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Example “when”: and again Thomson


This morning we left the head of Thomson Corporation in an excited state related to the brand’s capabilities that he saw in our chart. When he left the room, we realized that we already imagine in general what to do. Therefore, the next question was: “Ok, and when should we do this?”
And then a project manager should appear on the scene. In our case, this is Keith. Here are his favorite words: "If deadlines were not so important, no one would give them such a frightening name." For China, the main question is always "when." We knew that we have a lot to do, and Keith is the person who is able to build the right order, create work schedules and, above all, deal with the deadlines.
A lot of people should be involved in the project, it is necessary to remake a lot of different cases, study many dependencies and hold a huge number of meetings and gatherings. Kit knew: his role was for everyone else to understand their roles. Therefore, he created a timeline based on a spreadsheet. From his own experience, he knew: none of us would waste time studying the detailed spreadsheet, so he created a simple timeline that you can recreate in any situation.
The whale began with what all the lines of time begin with - he drew “today” *. Then depicted the deadline for the work - March 13. After that, I divided the space between these two marks by the number of weeks remaining.
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Example “when”: and again Thomson

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