Denny owns a demolition company and has successfully managed a strong, sharp team of more than 30 specialists for over 20 years. His team works well together and has decades of experience, having completed well over 12,000 demolitions and making a name for themselves. They are definitely on the cutting edge of the demolition field.
Now it's time for Denny's son to start learning to manage his own smaller team of 20.
Denny gives his son some general rules to start him off:
Listen to the feedback of your team members and provide them with top medical attention and care when needed.
Always clean up the workplace as soon as possible after each demolition.
Be sensitive to problems within the team- If something has come between 2 members of your team, take immediate action to find the problem and deal with it before the bonds that bind the team have a chance to deteriorate.
Work smart by allowing each worker to use his specialty. In other words, let the 8 on the Plan Team organize and begin each demolition, the 4 on the Dog Team rip through the outer walls and tear apart the infrastructure, and the 8 on the Mole Team smash what remains so that it can be carried away easily.
Lastly, allow your team to work only in private, in the dark, since most people prefer not to see or hear our work.
Who are these specialized teams?