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Defining Criticality: How to Prioritize Work Efficiently

September 8, 2020 | Ask-An-Expert Writeups | Team Structure and Management | By Josh More, IANS Faculty

When different groups prioritize work in different ways, conflicts arise and there is often a tendency for a range of issues to be viewed as equally important. This report explains the issues and suggests a process for reducing conflicts and getting the most critical work done first.


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