Eisenhower Matrix Template

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Eisenhower Matrix is a method of prioritizing your tasks on the basis of their urgency. It helps to determine the activities which are important and the ones which do not deserve your attention at all. The matrix basically categorizes your tasks into 4 quadrants according to what you need to do at a particular time during your day. These 4 quadrants are – Do, Decide, Delegate, Eliminate. 

The first quadrant of the Eisenhower Matrix, Do, consists of your most important tasks. The activities which need to be done urgently. The tasks with a deadline approaching or the ones that cannot be delayed generally fall in this category. The second quadrant of the Eisenhower Matrix is Decide. It constitutes of the tasks which are important, but not necessarily urgent. This could include an array of responsibilities ranging from professional emails, follow-ups, to more personal appointments and commitments.

Third quadrant of the Eisenhower Matrix is Delegate. This category refers to the tasks which are not important, but urgent. You need to decide whether you need to reschedule it or if someone else can do it for you. The last category of the Eisenhower Matrix is Eliminate. These consists of tasks that are essentially your productivity killers. They do not contribute at all towards your goals. Identify these activities and eliminate them to give your productivity a boost.

The Eisenhower matrix is ideal for time management enthusiasts, who are keen on prioritizing their tasks for reduced stress and increased productivity. Lead your team to efficiency, productivity and success by prioritizing tasks and projects. This template is often used by team managers, project management professionals and people managers.

This template will primarily be useful for managers at various levels. You can use the slides from this template when planning your week. This approach will significantly save you time and improve your efficiency. Business coaches can also use this template when preparing their time management course.

Project managers can use this template to monitor project work. For example, you can prepare a work control plan and determine which tasks need to be monitored first, which can be postponed and what can be delegated to your assistants. Assistant leaders and secretaries can use the slides in this template to schedule their supervisor’s meetings and perform their assigned tasks.

This template will also be useful for engineers when they visit factories or hold meetings at trade shows. You can use this template to plan your work day and arrange meetings and booth visits according to the importance and urgency.

With this Eisenhower Matrix for PowerPoint, you can show your team members and audiences which projects and tasks are most important and pressing. Available in six design variations, this template has four main quadrants: urgent and important, not urgent and important, urgent and not important, and not urgent and not important. Simply place each project request and task into one of these four quadrants and visualize what needs to be tackled at any given point. This is a fluid document so you can be rest assured that it’s easy to update and customize for your team needs. Eisenhower Matrix Template allows you to independently edit all slide elements such as infographic color and size, font size and type.