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The Eisenhower Matrix, named after US President Dwight D. Eisenhower, was originally a method to prioritize tasks, projects, or portfolios and facilitate decision-making. In project management, the Matrix (Eisenhower Box) can be used to select important and unimportant, urgent and non-urgent tasks.
This way, tasks can be sorted by importance and urgency. It aims to increase effectiveness.
In project management tools, this model is used to visualize portfolio analyses and risk management, as shown in the following figures:
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