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(2) It's also good to get feedback when a solution is found, return to the original post to explain how it was resolved so that more people can also use the results.

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Marianne Rolfe
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Hello Everyone,

   I am new here in this forum.

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Jerry Sanches
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Hi All,

 

I'm new on this forum.

We have a new refinary in our country and everybody thinks they now how to plan. I'm trying to bring some order in it all. that's why I want to ask this forum to give me some guidance.

I have one bisic question. When you make a weekly schedule for the maintenance execution department is it for Monday untill Friday or Monday untill Sunday?

I think it's from Monday untill Friday.

 

 

Rafael Davila
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A thong moment.

Mike Testro
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Hi Marrianne

Steve is absolutely correct - please make the best use of this site.

However be prepared for a bit of humour and some ridicule particularly regarding typos.

I remeber one exchange where we had "significant thong" and my use of the word "pronciples" got what it deserved.

Looking forward to your contributions.

Best regards

Mike Testro

Stephen Devaux
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Hello, Marianne. Welcome to the site! You will find some of THE most knowledgable PM people here. Most are willing to share their knowledge and advice. And some will even be willing to listen to your knowledge and advice!

Seriously, I've been a member for over a decade and have learned a ton from the folks here.

Fraternally in project management,

Steve the Bajan