2 – Being unable to adapt to changes
3 – Procrastinating
If it is true that some aspects of businesses can benefit from procrastination—it is wiser to spend time checking for the best prices for purchasing vehicles, for example, or looking for the optimum insurance policy or service provider—it is also true that sometimes you are best not to dally if an issue is spotted and the chances are that it is going to become more and more serious if it isn’t addressed.
Focussing on the important things, scheduling in some extra time, being a good decision-maker and acting at the right time are attitudes that all serious fleet managers should cultivate.
4 – Making assumptions on their fleet and drivers