This blog is getting ready to move.
Crafters seem to have “stashes” – a pile of material collected that they intend to use “some day” but that continues to grow to the point where they have too much money and space invested in materials that they haven’t used. Occasionally, crafters come up with “stashbusting” projects that “bust” the “stash.” If you think of your project that way, where you have too many things on the list of tasks (i.e., where you’ve run into “critical path” issues and/or resource blockages), it’s a little bit like that – it’s a pile of something that needs to be conquered.
In my last post, I talked about how companies sometimes keep non-performing people on their projects. They also keep non-performing vendors and under-performing vendors.
When I first started my business, I knew there were quite a number of projects that had resources who couldn’t finish their work. I don’t mean that they couldn’t finish in a reasonable time, but that they literally couldn’t finish anything, at all. I knew this partly from working with these projects but also from running into customers who told me about their projects at user group meetings or on the phone. I thought this was the best source of revenue I could find. I was wrong on that account.
Will there be 23 more years of GeoMetrick Enterprises? That’s my own question, actually.
With GeoMetrick Enterprises turning 23, this month, there have been many projects and industries served. In addition, it’s not just project work but other tasks that have been accomplished, as well.
With GeoMetrick Enterprises turning 23, this month, there have been a variety of products involved in the projects delivered.
With GeoMetrick Enterprises turning 23, this month, there would be a lot more thank yous due if I hadn’t done some, along the way, but there’s always room for more.
This month, GeoMetrick Enterprises turns 23 years old. This month also marks 23 years of working with the LabWare LIMS.
This month, GeoMetrick Enterprises turns 23 years old.