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Something is urgent when it demands immediate attention; an urgent matter becomes more urgent as time passes. ■ Something is important when it has considerable significance or consequence; the importance of a matter is not affected by the passing of time. ■ A job changes in importance if its likely outcome changes. ■ Only you can decide how to respond to demands on your time. ■ Tasks which are both urgent and important may not get done very well. ■ Tasks which are not urgent may never get done.
So, if you are given the objective ‘To develop a new computer program to enable tennis court bookings to be made online’, you will not be any clearer about: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ what exactly you are expected to do; what standards you have to achieve; what your priorities should be; what resources will be needed (this covers everything from desks and pens, to people to do the job); what skills you will need; when it has to be completed. So the bottom level of objectives (task objectives) have to be much more specific, with all these details agreed before any work can start.
Having listed the options, you have to make a decision. What you decide will depend on the knowledge you have – of the particular circumstances, your manager’s likely reactions, and so on – and what you want to achieve. You must look ahead and try to determine what the effects of each option might be. Working in an organization means you have to consider other people, and to play your part in trying to reach the organization’s strategic goals. Often, your options will be constrained by this. You will seldom be able to make a decision about how to use your time without affecting others; sometimes it will be difficult to avoid creating a new problem for yourself as a result.
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