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Just to give a different perspective/possibility than David Espina's Answer... What I'm reading happened is this: Problems occurred You assumed (without talking to the contractors?) that more planning, updates, and roadblocks would fix the problems. The contractors didn't agree with you. The contractors are doing everything they can to ignore the new ...


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You are not describing good performers. A good performer is not someone that knows how to just turn the wrench, it is all facets of work behavior an organization requires in order to produce the best output. This includes wrench turning, of course, but also includes team work, planning, reporting, the politics, communication, reliability, attendance, and ...


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