“I am really proud of my team. We worked overtime to get that project finished. Whatever it takes. That’s my motto,” Roger said.
“Was the customer happy?” I asked.
“You bet. They were jumping for joy. They didn’t think we could pull it off,” he replied.
“I am glad the customer was happy. You also know you blew the budget on this project. I know the customer is happy, because we paid for their project to be completed. And we burned out the team in the process.”
“Yes,” Roger protested, “but we got it done. I am really proud of the team and how hard they worked.”
“And the next project on the schedule starts today. This is one with a good margin in it, but I don’t see your team working on it,” I observed.
“Well, no. They were here until midnight last night, so I told them we could start late today.”
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