I was always the one who was trying organize things and make sure we hit our deadlines. (Nerd Alert!)
But no matter the project — there was always that one kid who said she would be responsible for a crucial element…and then not deliver.
Nothing would make me more annoyed, but I was always happy when the project was over and we didn’t have to work together again.
In the “real world” the same thing can happen. But the downside is you can’t trade in your team members as often.
You’re forced to work with the same team and figure out a way to make it work.
This is where lists can really come to the rescue. Read more