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(September 24, 2020)
     

Let’s assume that you want to delegate a task that’s been sitting on your desk since forever. You know what needs to get done and have (finally) found (and trained) the right person to do it. Let’s call this person Anjali. You sit down with Anjali to plan the process. The two of you review everything from deliverables to time frame. You work together to set goals and feel like you’re on the same page and ready to get moving. It would great if, at that point, you could return to your desk and just focus on what you need to be doing while relying on Anjali to do her work.

But it doesn’t quite work that way. For Anjali to succeed, she’ll need several other things from you in the days and weeks ahead.

 

 

Sponsored by: D. L. Shah Trust

Edited by: Mr. Hari K Taneja, Trustee, D. L. Shah Trust

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