RE: Journal

From: Ben Grodsky <grodsky_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 00:41:39 -0700

agreed with Ebert. The tracking sheets that contain any useful info take too long to make and we have data collected about what they do in Dylan's decoy generator interface. Plus, this journal idea what work for about 2 days and then everyone would stop doing it (that's what has happened with IT each time Steve has had his people submit him a daily report of how much time they spent doing what -- Steve ended up asking everyone to indicate on the Ticket System how much time they spent on each task and Jose is the only ones that does that consistently.).
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From: Ben Ebert
Sent: Tue 19-Jun-07 00:09
To: Randy Saaf; Jay Mairs; Ben Grodsky
Subject: Re: Journal

It might be useful to make them more aware of their actual accomplishments. The main problem we've had with self tracking is it takes time away from posting, Mark, for example, can't seem to get much done other than tracking sheets on the days he's asked to do them. We do still have the database records of who generated what and can go over those individually.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Randy Saaf
To: Jay Mairs; Ben Grodsky; Ben Ebert
Sent: Tue Jun 19 00:05:47 2007
Subject: Journal

Does it make sense to force the bt team members to make journal entries on a daily basis of what they accomplished. Ebert could go over them with each person weekly. I think going over them in person with the person would be most effective. What do u think?
Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:56:06 BST

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