As a leader, you have an overview of what is important, and you know that the present issue is of utmost importance. You discuss the matter again at this meeting to elucidate why harmonizing the different versions is essential, both in terms of coordinating the efforts of the various departments and project groups, and ensuring the future utility of Desiderata.
Your main argument is that someone has to do the job regardless of time constraints. You get arguments and alternative proposals from Ivar. However, Lars insists that he has other important commitments in the coming week, and thus cannot participate fully. What should you do now?
|I put the meeting a week later, so that Lars can participate.|
|I decide that Lars get free the first meeting, but give him a task to be prepared for the next time.|
|I decide that Lars postpones his appointments.|