The Eisenhower Method includes decisiveness, collaboration, teamwork, flexibility, adaptability, and prioritizing tasks based on urgency and importance.
- Eisenhower’s ability to carefully weigh the risks and rewards of various strategic options resulted in the decision to proceed with D-Day despite unfavourable weather conditions.
- Fostering strong relationships with key stakeholders was crucial to his success.
- He modified plans in the light of new information, generally leading to success.
- Today’s leaders should also consider long-term strategies for mitigating risk and building resilience.
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