Prioritization for product managers

1. Be open and transparent as to what you have chosen to do and why

2. Have a criteria to communciate your reasoning

Got rice?
Intercom’s RICE scoring model

3. Involve your team to widen the pool of ideas

4. Use themes

5. Don’t solely use the criteria

6. Frontload the highest impact items

7. State what you are not doing

8. Share to get feedback and buy-in

Where the worlds of digital & business collide. Mobile PM @atlassian. Founded @nativetonguelab & @tapmint. Podcast host of This Mobile Life. Chicago Bulls fan!

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