, or TRT. It’s a term she credits to author , who found that if we are going to delegate, we need to delegate completely and totally.
Whether we are giving our partner a task on our plate that’s just too much, or asking another colleague to take over a project, we can’t have our hand in parts of it after that transfer.
Oster uses the concept of meal planning to elaborate on this term that can apply in the boardroom and the laundry room alike. “If you cook dinner for the family but do not plan it, that’s awesome, but it is not the same as having done the entire task,” she writes. “Total responsibility transfer refers to the concept that if someone is going to take over a task, they must take over all of the parts of it.Read more on success.com