Task priority matrix is a very simple yet effective tool that helps with setting and planning tasks and jobs. Using task priority matrix lets avoid many problems related to multitasking and procrastination. This tool also simplifies scheduling and tracking because prioritized to-do lists are easy to schedule and audit.
There are many types and examples, for instance, Boston matrix, Pareto matrix, Action Priority matrix, Grid Analysis matrix etc. Each of the matrices brings specific benefits and can be used in certain situations. For example, you can try to make a matrix that includes four task priorities, such as Urgent, Non-Urgent, Important, Non-Important. Such a matrix will help you combine the four priorities and plan tasks.
VIP Task Manager will help you prioritize employee tasks and jobs by six priorities, such as Urgent, Highest, High, Normal, Low and Lowest. You can use this task management software to make categorized and prioritized to-do lists. VIP Task Manager features the Custom Fields functionality that lets you make user-defined fields and columns. You can use this functionality to create criteria and set performance indicators for employee jobs.
- Use Task List view in VIP Task Manager to make to-do lists and create separate tasks.
- Use Task Tree view to develop hierarchies and templates of tasks planned by six job grading levels.
- Use Calendar view to schedule employee jobs and make working calendars.
- Use the Custom Fields functionality to add user-defined fields and columns to your categories and groups