This should be taken care

How many times has one heard this phrase during discussions or meetings – “This should be taken care”. Everyone nods and agrees. Period. Matter is forgotten. Nobody picks up the thread to say that I will ensure this is taken care.

Very often, we see our colleagues and friends talk animatedly (mostly in hindsight) about how things were not taken care.

If it had been taken care, we should have been in a much better situation.

If we knew it before, why did we not assign it to someone and say “You take care”. What is the worst case scenario? The person will say that it is not his responsibility and redirect to another. Finally, the round-robin has to end with someone, right?

Next time, please use “This should be taken care by xxx” – this puts the responsibility squarely on a shoulder.

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