Performing Better than Early Finish

We just have a team meeting discussing the status of the project I am currently involved with. The Engineering Manager's discussion on how each discipline is performing compared to the timeline caught my attention particularly his comments on the Structures group. This group have been he best performing among all teams as they passed the  early finish curve.

His statement was "It is good to be performing above the early finish S-curve... the only downside is, there will be no more work for them in the coming days...".

This statement means that don't do much more than you are required to deliver. If you are late with your schedule, its bad... if you are advance, it's bad likewise. So just do enough and everybody will be happy!

About the Author

Ver Pangonilo
A Filipino Engineer, Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) - Australia and Professional Electrical Engineer (PEE) - Philippines with extensive experience in concept select, front-end engineering, HV & LV detail design, construction and commissioning of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Area electrical installations in water and waste water pipeline and pumping facilities, offshore platforms, hydrocarbon process plants and pipelines including related facilities. Hazardous area classification and design certification (UEENEEM015B, UEENEEM016B, UEENEEM017B).
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