The Teacher and the Student in All of Us

The rate a contractor can grow is the average speed the team learns and teaches at.

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PDCA: Deming Cylce, the teacher and student in all of us.

We are all teachers and we are all students. There are many things that we can do to improve ourselves on both sides of that equation:


We are much better at the business of construction! Don’t laugh too hard at my capabilities at animation. :) 


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