RE: Drafts Back in Time
The worst thing is that NINE people
need to sign an approval sheet for ONE document, no matter how big or small
Well, here is part of your problem. When I first started doing documentation at my present company, they wanted a million signatures on every document. Now, I won't let them have more than four signers. We decided who is the most important, and had them delegate reviewers. So, when John signs I know that Dave, Joe, and Frank have looked at the document. Now it's John's problem when the reviews aren't done on time, not mine!
Washington State Coordinator, Tombstone Project
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