Priority Matrix a prioritization and delegation tool based on the Eisenhower Method of time management. By dividing tasks into the following four categories, managers and team members can make sure they focus on what's most important.
-Critical and Urgent
-Critical and Not Urgent
-Not Critical and Urgent
-Not Critical and Not Urgent
Priority Matrix provides visibility into collaborative projects, so teams can keep track of the moving parts of team initiatives.
Priority Matrix also allows individuals to manage their own responsibilities.
This results in one centralized place where both individual and collaborative work is taken care of.
For team members, this means they always know where to start in the morning, and where they left off the night before.
For managers, it means easy-to-access progress tracking, project insights, and employee accountability.
Priority Matrix also provides:
-Shared and private projects
-Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly reports on project and team member status