Joe Jenkins wrote:
> ---Robin Hanson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Joe Jenkins writes:
> > >> After repeating this scenario 26 times, when you are a copy
> > >> in on a job, you have a stack of 2600 sets of lessons learned in
> > >> of you, and you haven't done a lick of work in a year. Do you
> > >> think you could read them all and then get your job done in ten
> > >>
> > >In the above I wrote: " The original only has to take the
> > >time to read the "lessons learned" notes and go pack bags for another
> > >two weeks vacation." So after each vacation I would take the time to
> > >read the lessons learned. Every now and then, I might read something
> > >in the "lessons learned" that I would want to repeat myself
Why not download the "lessons learned" experience directly into your mind from the copies mind. This would remove the need for reading a summary and/or repeating tasks.
James - email@example.com
"Where Time Becomes A Loop"