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Greenpeace Priority Management

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Presentation used for a Priority Management training for Greenpeace

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Greenpeace Priority Management

  1. 1. PRIORITY MANAGEMENT September 23, 2014
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction • Rainbow • Brolletrap Fire Brigade • Lunch (13h) • Priority management • Survey results • Wrap-up
  3. 3. Your workshop leaders • Michel Grisar • Pierre-Yves Hittelet
  4. 4. Rainbow
  5. 5. Break
  6. 6. Brolletrap Fire Brigade
  7. 7. Lunch
  8. 8. Priority management
  9. 9. Pareto’s law 20% of your tasks = 80% of your results
  10. 10. 20% of tasks 80% of tasks 80% of Results 20% of Results Pareto’s law
  11. 11. Pareto’s law « No need to be good at something that does not need to be done at all »
  12. 12. Learn to say…
  13. 13. Dwight Eisenhower 34th US President “What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important.”
  14. 14. Urgent ImportantNot important Not urgent 1 Emergencies 15% (Do) 2 High value work 80% (Plan) 3 Loss of focus 3% (Delegate) Loss of time 2% (Dump)
  15. 15. Eat the Frog
  16. 16. « If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail » Benjamin Franklin
  17. 17. Break
  18. 18. Survey results
  19. 19. Action Plan – Next steps 1. Identify 3 top priorities for yourself 2. Send them by e-mail to your line manager + to MLS 3. Make it happen! 4. Within 4 weeks, communicate a status to your line manager + to MLS: • Done + What you got out of it • Not done + Why.

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