Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Compromising work between new and old team

So, after getting insights from the new delivery team that I have a limited role to play and for the next two weeks I can be on standby move to see if there are any possibilities for my contribution. I was looking forward to enjoy my leisure time and this entire plan was completely ruined by my previous work. My old work with most irritating delivery & account teams had come back again and for this time they want to share a few slides as justification within the next 2 days. I was completely taken aback with sudden requests out of nowhere and if my new work requires high bandwidth as predicted, I would have choked out with this request. Informally I conveyed to the delivery person that I have been looped into a new opportunity and by your good luck it turned out to be limited work from my end. However, I was patiently explaining that if at all they require last-minute support I have no other option but to support that request due to the priority of work order in my table. He completely agreed and was conveying to me that it requires very minimal effort from my end and it can be completed in a few hours. All these conversations are happening informally and I haven’t spoken to my manger yet, to know more about its continuation, please feel free to check out “G R Team Sites”


Sunday, January 5, 2020

Working again with same onsite team for new service request

After completing the earlier opportunity in association with my manager, I was hoping that during my next work, I can work in more relaxed and comfortable way. However, after coming back from the weekend I had another shocker. Onsite team from earlier service request has come back again this time with new opportunity and request addressed directly to me for the support. Both my manager and myself had no other option but to work on the service request and I was completely anxious about the work. I was praying that this time the work would be much more relaxed and simplified than the earlier ones. I had to schedule call with both onsite and offshore teams to ensure that we are on same page. The call started and to my surprise the offshore delivery person, who I had worked earlier joined the call. The most problematic concern with that delivery person is that he would never support or defend my work. He always wanted onsite team to take ownership and if at all he is required to provide input, he would assign his teammate to share the inputs. To know more about what happened, please feel free check out “G R Team Sites”