I like that approach Rick!
Dan Pitrowiski
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Completely agree. At worst, it helps a group of stakeholders have a structured discussion about their expectations for what a project is expected to achieve (and nearly as important, what it’s NOT intended to accomplish). At best, it helps those stakeholders also agree on why certain projects are more important to the business than others. You know it’s a good tool when a stakeholder agrees that another project is more important to the business than their own pet project, even if it means their team “gets no love” for the next quarter!

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