Clearly, the door has been fixed first. I believe that the plumber has fitted the rest, with the door opened! I’m guessing, he realized that the door couldn’t be closed, only after completion. Initially, I thought some rectification operation would follow. However, it has been a few weeks, and the state sill remains the same.
Let me analyze this a bit.
Obviously, there must have been a business need, to install an additional toilet.
* Was a feasibility study done?
* Did an architect get involved in the design?
* Was the task deadline so slim, that there wasn’t time to do these things?
* Does project management consider this a 100% complete task? (After all, the plumber completed his “job”.)
I really don’t have any answers to those questions. However, how useful is a toilet, if one can’t close the door? ha ha! So, No the business need wasn’t met.
I didn’t write this post to criticize anyone. I wanted to take this example (incidental gleaning aha) to illustrate the fact that, we usually start something, without giving much thought about the expected end result.
Think Tank : "Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending"
~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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