A friendly person at the check-in desk that doesn't charge me for my overweight luggage
TV monitors for flight number, check-in desk, departure gate, on/off schedule information, clear signage
Self check-in station so that I can avoid the queues
That I could purchase my duty free off line so all I need to do is pick it up
I write a handover document covering the key items that I do - the rest should be easy to figure out
My job is really complex so it is impossible to write down what I do
This is the responsibility of my manager
I try to capture all the elements of my job and arrange for a few face to face meetings to go through in real life
The level of management activity that went into the production of the toaster
A combination of quality/design, price and on-time delivery
The amount of time the item spent in the manufacturers warehouse
The colour. I cannot have a kitchen appliance that clashes with my wallpaper!
The person using the end product (e.g. fuelling their car)
The end customer of my work
My line manager and/or their line manager
Get a new one, easy!
Live with it after all technology is unpredictable and if all fails drop kick the laptop out of the window…problem solved!
Run a virus scan and see what is causing the slow down, fix the bug and remove the offending software
Backup everything, format the hard drive, reload a clean operating system, reinstall MS Office then restore all your files!
Visually scan for the important ones and deal with just those
Copy everything to an archive folder in case you need it in the future
Apply several proven techniques that help you automatically filter, sort, delete based on your criteria
Keep paying it because the charge must be legitiamate - you just can't remember what it is.
Validate the source of the charge by contacting the credit card company. Then pay if genuine, or put a block on it if not.
Keep paying because the amount is too small to worry about.
Ignore your credit card statement all together because it is too stressful to think about it.