What to do when every project is a priority 1 project
Using a prioritisation matrix, at least two projects show as having “number one” priority, and the projects can’t be run in parallel as the teams aren’t exclusive. What do you do?
In this web briefing, the online community looked at:
- The decision making process
- Making a decision
- Involving others
- Managing the decision
- Putting the decision into practice
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