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Important-but-not-Urgent
Projects or maintenance tasks that are relatively important to the success of the owners' mission but do not yet have proximity.

The urgency-importance matrix plots four quadrants, of which this group occupies the top-left quadrant.



Examples




Attributes
Listed below are some of the key attributes of this quadrant:

Management Principles
Included below are some asset management principles for consideration relative to tasks and projects that are considered important-but-not-urgent.
  • The owners' focus should be on "prevention" rather than "recovery" (left side of the risk bowtie).

Items that are important-but-not-urgent are shown in "green" on the location chart.
Fig. Items that are important-but-not-urgent are shown in "green" on the location chart.



Criticality matrix with four quadrants to help prioritize action.
Fig. Criticality matrix with four quadrants to help prioritize action.

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