• Renee Gray

    Absolutely agree 100%! I once had a team who thought my planning wasbover the top. Project was completed with no issues, no confusion and everyone knew their role. The project was scheduled to take 8 hours. They finished in 5. They apologized for gripping about reviewing the plan.

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