Tree of tasks – how not to lose track of tens of points to do

Tree of tasks is a traditional planning tool highly rated by many CEOs. This is the universal scheme for a strategic goal setting, solving global management of tasks and analyzing organizational challenges. Let's get a broad view of the secret of this model and what are the main principles of it’s work.
task tree in the leadertask
The structure of the “tree of tasks” scheme is quite simple. It is an inverted tree crown where the top of the tree is the main goal then grow tasks which you have to do to achieve the goal and below small tasks accomplishing which effect the tasks of the second level. As a result you get some kind of a nest-doll where every point includes several subpoints. 
The main thing here is that this model shows the order you should follow. Task planner LeaderTask allows you to create trees of tasks. Note that there is no limit for subtasks and this way you can build a hierarchy of goals comfortable and clear to you.
How to work with trees of goals?
  1. Correspondence. In middle-sized companies or big companies this scheme should reflect the structure of the organisation - parting for departments or division of responsibilities among the team. 
  2. Specificity. Feature all tasks of the second and especially the third level with broad definitions and don`t forget about deadlines. Enter all that in the organizer at once. 
  3. Stepping. It is important to start from the top - in this case deduction - from the general to the particular - fits perfect.
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