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get organized – the eisenhower way!!!!

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The Uncluttered blog has a nice post about the way Eisenhower organized his work. It’s a 2×2 table, which means sociologists should love it:

Long before David Allen taught the world how to get things done, US President Dwight D. Eisenhower was getting things done with a system all his own.

He was highly organized and prioritized his tasks and responsibilities while serving as president, a five-star general, supreme commander of the Allied Forces in Europe, and supreme commander of NATO. Eisenhower devised an effective system that’s simple enough to be executed with a pencil and a piece of paper and effective enough to, well, run the free world. It’s called the Eisenhower Matrix.

Yes, the Matrix of (Eisenhower) Domination.

Go ahead, I dare you to click on these links: From Black Power/Grad Skool Rulz

Written by fabiorojas

January 4, 2014 at 12:01 am

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  1. Although the proposed invasion “Operation: Overlord” has much to offer, I am afraid it cannot go forward without addressing these questions. The literature review does not discuss the Pacific theater, let alone the gender dynamics of home front war mobilization. And why the exclusive focus on France when most of the European theater fighting is in the Soviet Union? Also, the plan calls for an initial wave of paratroopers to provide forward recon and disrupt enemy command and control through sabotage and securing key transportation nodes, is the plan robust to inserting commandos via zodiac boat or hiking on foot over the Pyrenees?

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    gabrielrossman

    January 4, 2014 at 3:42 pm

  2. wut

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