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Five Requirements Prioritization Methods

Prioritizing requirements is a key to project success. These five methods can help.

A graphic with four quadrants. At the top the two columns are labeled Important and Not Important. Along the Left side the two rows are labeled Urgent and Not Urgent. The upper left quadrant contains a H for high priority. The lower left quadrant contains an M for medium priority. The lower right quadrant contains a L for low priority. The upper right quadrant shows a skull and cross bones, suggesting to avoid the combination of something that appears urgent but isn’t important.
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When customer expectations are high and timelines are short you need to make sure your project team delivers the most valuable functionality as early as possible. Prioritization is the only way to deal with competing demands for limited resources.

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