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Salmon and cream cheese -- right yeah it's as simple thing write to get at them but actually there's a lot of different people who were involved in the creation of anything anything at all.
They'll win and a shaft the -- the -- the person he's taking the order who's delivering the order of the Sea Shepherd.
Hollywood's -- split your sandwich with your.
That's exactly right and what I realized I mean this is sort of just an example of how important it is to -- cross -- Seamless integration and communication and conversation.
And if if if there's one thing that I do in an organization that is sort of triple the stock price where it rated the kind of thing that makes a huge difference in the stock for an.
It's breaking down silence an organization I mean it's a simple thing like you make an order it doesn't come out right that's one thing it's a game of telephone.
But when you actually have you know marketing and sales and operations in manufacturing.
If these folks are working seamlessly together for the betterment of the entire organization not just their personal and having both -- So you're saying that where -- responsible for co workers work.
Yeah that -- actively that's true that effectively when we sit at the table and -- -- a whole bunch of other people from different departments and that the outcome that we're trying to create is completely dependent on how we're working together.
And that means that -- -- -- deliver something to the client and you're doing something to help me do that I'm in effect responsible for the work that you're doing.
At least from the client's production inching up and sometimes -- -- department where.
You know it it's it's -- it's hard I I think of that as.
Primary families and secondary campaign.
We all of a primary family the people were absolutely closest to us in organizations.
In life that -- your parents your children your spouse or partner.
In in organizations that's usually your function Brendan usually feel like I'm most responsible for the people who report.
What I'm saying is actually your primary family -- somewhat different your -- them and we are the same people.
Odds -- that the same hierarchical level in different functions so -- running manufacturing.
My primary -- the people -- most responsible two of the people who were running.
Sales and marketing.
An hr -- and if I am.
My secondary family the people who I'm still committed to but.
I I it's counter intuitive I'm a little less responsible to the people who report to me it's completely counter intuitive but makes an organization -- -- -- Xerox luncheon honestly debate Nazi like each side and they let him cream cheese and sent right.
And when you returned it because it was -- dating do that right the way -- and right out -- number two and said I know this is what you want recipes that I notice is what you want go wrong right and it's going that way you write a civil why did you bring it to me because that's what deceptive.
And I said that you know right but that's not what I wanted to write and -- yeah I know that's it's a why didn't say anything that shot.
And the answer is well you know -- -- stuff.
Practically killing his anesthetic grazing and I am not quite so I I actually had enough of a relationship with him in this -- nothing to say.
I read about the stop and I'm kind of curious and you might might not put you on this a little bit but wasn't being obnoxious about it -- here at.
But it was yeah.
I wasn't that but it's.
But it was.
No such an interesting example I'm kind of scared of this other person and so I would rather go with respect to this other person -- and ethnic -- higher he endings teams that yeah maybe so he's he had his higher up in the hierarchy writes I would rather deliver something to my -- that I know is wrong.
Then confront and issuing -- -- really showing people -- to that fall into that trap but I.
-- -- that's reeling around my responsibility.
But I'll do my job really really well even at the ultimate product doesn't work very well because they're not doing their -- But ultimately.
What I'm saying is that we're all responsible for the -- I have like -- Well what you do -- you really it actually takes time -- you develop real relationships.
Between people across the silence.
So the most important thing is for you for the waiter.
And the shot to have a really great relationship and not for the -- -- -- a perfect relationship with all the other waiters and but for the -- have a great relationship with a shot at -- that exists.
Then you've got the leverage in the relationship to be able to say let's together figure out how to do this most appropriately so that -- product is perfect.
I like it great I -- bring more could take -- to everyday life that you say.
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