Sunday, 28 June 2020

Double work from my manager and onsite coordinator

So, I was assigned annoying opportunity with the same old irritating onsite team, and to add fuel to apathy, my manager was assigned to support me for its completion. I was expecting anyone else other than my manager for supporting this request because of two reasons, one is that he would suggest the most irrelevant work and the second worrying part is that both onsite coordinator and my manager have ego issues and would often clash on simple inputs. So, on the first day, the opportunity went smoothly with the onsite team suggesting some slides for modifications and some coordination with other teams. At the outset, it seemed simple and straightforward work and I acknowledged the onsite team that it would get completed by tomorrow. However, all these were completely ruined by the manager on the very next day and my manager started to share new suggestions that were completely irrelevant from client requirements. With these new suggestions from my manager, I got two tasks on my list - one is to complete the tasks assigned by the onsite coordinator and the other task is to complete the work suggested by the manager. To know how I managed the workload, please feel free to check out the blog posts in “G R Team Sites”

Sunday, 7 June 2020

New roadmap and plan shared by Onsite team

Post previous day early morning discussions with the onsite team, myself and the delivery lead was busy for the entire day addressing multiple review comments shared and in the meantime, we were also connecting with different teams to get their suggestions and approaches. After completing all the task list shared by the onsite team, I have shared the updated version to them for their review and updates. We were hopeful that the onsite team would make some changes to the document as suggested by the leadership team and we would have minimal work to be completed from offshore. However, we joined the next days call and within few minutes the onsite team was notifying that there was change in plan from the client and we would have to revamp our entire solution and approach. We were shell shocked and had no other option but to listen to those discussions and finally before end of the call, I notified to the onsite that we would work on revised plan shared today and post these changes, if there are any further updates to be made the onsite team had to take ownership and complete it further. The onsite team was also acknowledging the fact that there were multiple suggestions shared by client and they were completely fine in taking ownership of the document. As usual it went other way around and to know more, please feel free to check out the posts listed in “G R Team Sites”
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