Conference material: "Scientific service & Internet: proceedings of the 21th All-Russian Scientific Conference (September 23-28, 2019, Novorossiysk)"
Using the Labels of Priorities, Specifications, and Affiliations when Working in Task Management Programs
The article summarizes 25 years of experience in administrative task management through software tools. The main historical milestones of the development of modern task administration services, as well as the specifics of the functional programs for managing strategic, tactical and operational tasks are considered. During the six-month practical use of the Microsoft To-Do operational task management program, a technique was developed for precedence of task names with tactical labels of Priorities, Specifications and Affiliations, which facilitates the administration of tasks and significantly increases the efficiency of achieving goals. Label abbreviations are formed in such a way as to ensure the correct prioritization when sorting tasks in alphabetical order. The quadrants of the D.Eisenhower Priorities matrix are indicated by two-letter marks: important urgently (IF - Important, Fast); important indefinitely (IS - Important, Slow); not important, but promptly (UF - Unimportant, Fast): neither important nor urgent (US - Unimportant, Slow). The labels of the Specifications matrix for the information environment (RA, RI, SA, SI) are composed of mutually exclusive properties of the availability of the Network (I - Internet and A - Autonomous) and the presence of reduced or special functionality (R - Reduced and S - Special). Labels of the transport specification (TA, TB, TC, TP) allow you to sort tasks that require moving (T - Translocation) on an airplane (A), a bus (B), a car (C) and on foot (P - Pedestrian), respectively. Threeletter marks of Affiliations (belonging to an individual or legal entity) are formed from the first letters of the name, middle name and last name or name of the laboratory, company, project. Tactical marks greatly facilitate the formation of a daily list of operational tasks.