The ability to prioritize tasks in an efficient and effective way is critical to success in business. And for managers, who not only need to prioritize their own workload, but that of their team, it will mean the difference between success and failure. The people who are most effective in this area have developed a standard formula, or set of criteria, which they use to measure the relative importance of all projects. The key inputs are: what does it cost (money and time), what impact will it have, do we have the required skill sets, and where does it fit within the larger organizational or departmental mission.
Here are last week’s posts, in case you missed them:
- Ethical Questions for Marketers – Part 6
- How to Make Variable Pricing Work for Your Business
- What Does Success Look Like?
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