That thing we talked about last time around. We kinda-sorta agreed to do something. Well, actually, I kinda-sorta thought you agreed to do something. We never got specific. Not about the details of the something, not about the timescale of the something, nor, now I think about it, about you actually doing the something. It was implicit. Wasn’t it?
Erm … no … it’s ambiguous.
I was waiting for you to do it all this time. I’ve lined up this duck and that duck, and now all three of us are sitting in a row, wondering when you’re going to do your bit.
There must be a better way.
How about … removing the ambiguity. Being direct and specific with each other about who does what by when. Then checking-in during the process to understand progress and line up those ducks.
Sounds like a plan.
Skippy strategy: Agree the plan.
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