Professional Work Process

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[1] All participants in our projects and all members of our groups are required to be professional at all they do. This page spells out what it takes for you to become professional as we Work with One Another.

[2] According to the Thumoslang Glossary, deliverable; that means, acknowledgement of use. If the work result is not yet used by the follow-on step in the process, the delivery failed and the work result cannot be considered a deliverable. If the work result can never become a deliverable, there is no need for the work to be carried out in the first place.

[3] After you post the result of your work in The Haven Office, you did the work but you did not deliver the work. The delivery fails until the result of your work is actually used, or explicitly mentioned elsewhere by others. To push your delivery across the finish line, do the following:

  1. Post the result of your work in The Haven Office
  2. Notify the intended user of your work result via email so you have proof of delivery
  3. After a reasonable amount of time, ask at least one user for acknowledgement of use.
  4. Do not celebrate prematurely without acknowledgement of use

[4] All participants in our projects and all members of our groups are required to report to Nick valuable deliverables from the previous week before Friday. Nick is to report all valuable deliverables from the previous week in the next issue of our project newsletter. All participants are expected to review the new issue of our project newsletter when it is published on Monday.

[5] All are expected to use Our Work Mantra as the basis for their work.

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