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Learning in the Pits
Moreover, their every action is recorded by an overhead camera, so the team’s management can clearly identify areas of performance that need improvement and give crew personnel feedback so they’ll know what they need to do for the team to succeed.
How critical is precision in execution? Well, a few major races have been won by margins measured in hundredths of a second. According to PIT Instruction & Training, just one misapplied lug nut that has to be refastened costs a driver about a third of a second. Thus, it can be said that some of these contests have been lost by less than a lug nut.
Hence, like modern corporations, teams in motor sports need to have cohesive performance, relentless speed and flawless execution to be competitive. And similarly, businesses should have plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning and continuous feedback in employee development to stay in the fast lane.
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