Re: tracking writer progress on tight deadline?
"julie brodeur" <jool -at- petting-zoo -dot- net> wrote
> The answer here could just be to trust my co-workers to get their work
> done on time.
Bingo. If you torture them night and day and make them conform to some
arbitrary process, they will likely rebel and do nothing. Just set the deadline
and let them work.
> Of course, what do I do if they *don't* get their work to me on time, and
> my deliverable doesn't meet the deadline. :(
Life in the big city. You adapt, improvise, and ram it all together.
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