“I need 8 volunteers or maybe 9, no wait,” she says, grabbing your arm in the hallway, “yeah, make it 10, the more the better, right?” Her attention is on the person down the hall, but she glances over her shoulder. “Have them at the Reed Center at 9 tomorrow.”
Well, hello ground rules. Continuing the conversation from last week, (and a big shout out to everyone who weighed in here and onLinkedInwith great ideas on their excellent ground rules) here are two ways to look at setting them up.
MY OWN PERSONAL FANTASY GROUND RULES:
Three staff members request volunteers. Count the number of letters to determine which request gets top priority: The smallest number of letters wins.
As you can see, Herschel clearly wins even though he only gave 3 days’ notice to find volunteers versus the week Roz gave. …
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