April 2: Eisenhower Decision Matrix
If you struggle with poor productivity or procrastination, you might try the Eisenhower Matrix.
Source: James Clear
Published: October 2014
Eisenhower Decision Matrix
If you struggle with poor productivity or procrastination, you might try the Eisenhower Matrix. 34th U.S. President and 5-star Army general Dwight D. Eisenhower was a master at using his time wisely and developed a simple system for task categorization. In his 4-part matrix, a task could be:
Urgent and important (do immediately).
Important, but not urgent (schedule to do later).
Urgent, but not important (delegate to someone else).
Neither urgent nor important (eliminate).
Deciding where a task falls in the matrix will help you plan and prioritize your time.
Did you appreciate the fact today?
Aha ... but the *real* problem arises when your fires get out of control and you have no time to decide (let alone to actually do the thing) and you have no one to whom you can delegate.
Then you need a strategy.
If you're interested in my answer to this (very common healthcare leadership ) conundrum you can download Careful Leadership at www.careful.cc - it's Page 104 onwards
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