Dividing Essentials from Non-Essentials

Success Problem

Sometimes success for a manager of any level means deciding what is important and what is not at different points in time. A good manager can find the critical route without distraction.


In finding the critical path before execution, the manager can effectively budget time throughout the project without stepping on more toes than he or she needs to.


During the planning stage, find the "critical path" your project will follow. You find the critical path by realizing the time-sensitive project pieces that lead to final, timely completion. Another recommendation is that as you progress through the project, make sure your not bogged down with fickle details and busy work that can easily be handed off to a team member. Using your "free" time is also important for more difficult, longer term parts where the timeline seems too comfortable. This will prevent procrastination and rushing at the end.



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