Most contractors think of their Go-No Go (GNG) process as a risk management tool to avoid that one bad job, and that is certainly part of its purpose. Buy what else does a robust GNG do for you? What three other advantages might your GNG offer?

Please join John Woodcock this week as he walks through the advantages you’ll enjoy with a healthy GNG process. He even explains why your GNG ought to create a bit of stress and pain in your organization so you avoid much higher levels of them later. Please share your thoughts on John’s observations with us in the comments section.

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