Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:28 PM
Have you ever tried to work in a factory line for 12 hours standing all the time and having 30 minutes break only if you are allowed. Today I experienced that at a smaller scale. I had the chance to feel the OOB (Out of Box) operator role for 3 hours in tha ADSL line (the product I am responsible for as a Program Manager) and now I know how hard it is. Now I know how it is to be an operator and now I probably understand more of what we actually do. Found out that I am the only one who did that, wished more followed my idea to see how things are actually getting build. I thank the lady who allowed me to help her. In the end she is as valuable as I am in the ADSL team. Thank you Claudia! (she has the same name as I do - isn't that something?)



A good thing indeed to do what you did: try to walk in the shoes of another person.
If more manager would act and work like you, our world would be a much better place!

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