I am having a hard time understanding how to do an O3 in my office. I work for a state agency and my directs are attorneys. Most of the grunt work is done by caseworkers (think paralegals) who put the completed legal documents in the attorney's inbox. The attorneys either sign the pleadings or return them to the workers. It is rather repetitive and routine.
The O3 form, and all the sample questions at the bottom of it, appear project-based. But our work isn't. How do I handle my part of the O3 when a quick glance at the inbox tells me whether the attorney is keeping up? Obviously if there was a complaint or issue I could raise it, but it's mostly just keeping up with the workload.
I would also admit that I'm a high D, so I tend to see the world as a series of tasks waiting to be done.
I'd love to hear from Mike about his time running the restaurant. How did you do O3s with a busboy or someone else who is doing the same thing over and over?