How does MEI get the people involved in complex procedures to do what they need to do?

The MEI priority system lets the participants know what the most important thing for them to be working on is. Each person in the workflow can be confident that they are working on the right task if they are working on the top item on the priority list.

The important pieces of information people need are: 1) Their priorities list, and 2) The timing requirements for completing those priority tasks.

MEI gives the visibility on priorities and timing that is needed to be successful. If an individual sees there are too many things on their priority list to be completed in the time frame given, there is the opportunity to reassign tasks to other resources, and to build more capacity.

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