Are you trying to decide how to select the best projects to work on, but have many stakeholders and customer needs to consider, and too many project ideas? Check out the Project Prioritization Matrix to help you objectively evaluate these projects and select the ones that meet the most important criteria. I pulled the audio from the training video for you to listen to in this podcast. There is also a link to the video if you had trouble following along, and I provide a link to the template you can download.
Video: What is a Project Prioritization Matrix? Selecting the Best Projects with Many Stakeholder Criteria
Template: Project Prioritization Matrix (XLSX)
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