“Perhaps love is the process of my leading you gently back to yourself”

What happens if you are not a process person and you do try to challenge your own knowledge with someone who is pro in process ;)
Yes guys you make a big booboo out of yourself…and that’s what happened today @ work.

“The creative process is a process of surrender, not control.” ~ Julia Cameron

This person is new to the organization and you can see how excited they are that they challenged the Project Management with UAT test process ….she even came close to where she said..we might delay the implementation date …gosh!!!!
I am the project manager for this and guess what…am not moving the implementation date as I don’t find any solid reason to do so..!

“I do not believe in failure. It is not failure if you enjoyed the process.” ~ Oprah Winfrey

The issue started when they wanted to poke in there nose where they got confused with UAT testing and Training…lol!
Today, there was scheduled a serious one hour meeting with all the product managers, SQA manager, Project Manager, Release Manager, Sr Relationship Manager and my manager and what not…

“You all have issues but don’t make peace with them.”

Good thing was that everyone in the room believed in me from the beginning and guess what…as the meeting was proceeding, it totally became a mockery where people started laughing at the kinds of reasons that she felt that this implementation needs to be delayed!!!

“Delay is the deadliest form of denial.”

Guess what..the person who was planning on delaying the implementation ended up saying, there is a gap in her knowledge with regards to the product!!! I think one has the right to ask questions to fill the gap but seems like someone didn’t want to commit on that one..until ..!

“The crucial variable in the process of turning knowledge into value is creativity.”

and also…’ oh we cant delay the implementation because if we do so then the vendor will start charging’ hahaha it was a big laugh as how can you turn yourself around so quickly…?

“Turnabout is fair play”

It was a total waste of an hours time as something more constructive could have been achieved in that duration of time. I learnt my lesson that any communication I need to make sure its in written proof :D

“To learn is to change. Education is a process that changes the learner.”

But over all what I believe is : “Success is a process more than a realization”

Comments

Keshi said…
**But over all what I believe is : “Success is a process more than a realization”

thats so true!

Keshi.
ArChaNa said…
“Success is a process more than a realization”

so true!

first time here :-)

looks lyk u lyk jagjit's songs
Manish said…
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Manish said…
yaa so true time is so precious ..what a waste of time :)
but then for other person there must be gain of knowledge that how incorrect her apprehensions are !
Helen Wang said…
Very inspiring blog! Thanks for visiting my blog. Please come back often!
keshi: Thanks dear for sharing ur thoughts :D
huggz babe
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archana: Welcome to my blog dear..yes you said it right…am a die hard fan of Jagu :D…keep coming..dear! Thanks for dropping by
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manish: For an experienced person that was not worth dear! There was no gain in that meeting but she made a fool of herself..as everyone asked her what was the problem and the problem was that she unknowingly increased the scope and got confused…where as our side and vendor side things were crystal clear…!
It was a waste of time for an hour with so many head counts…where there are contractors who are paid for the deadlines to meet!!!!…I guess it’s a lesson learnt to check at our end first before calling of for an implementation date for her.
:D
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Helen wang: Thank you Helen for your visit…do come by again…I will check ya shortly :D
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