(ˈmə səl / ˈmem rē) (n.) –
Experiential repetition. The active consolidation of specific tasks into efficient productive work cycles and models that require less dedicated time and attention to improve quality, momentum and outcomes.
efficiency, organization, systemization, experience, productivity
“I hired this one firm, and they talked a good game before we engaged them, but once they actually started working with us it became clear they had never worked on this kind of deal before. They spent more time researching stuff to try and get up to speed than they did actually making things happen. I’m not interested in paying for on-the-job training.”
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