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How do you Prioritize and Select Projects?

How do you Prioritize and Select Projects?

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Project wants to get feedback on how you prioritize and select items; such as projects and tasks.  As we plan for future product improvements, we want to learn more on the following topics:

 

·         What items do you prioritize? And what tools do you use?

·         How many items do you typically prioritize?

·         What information do you require to prioritize?

·         Who is involved in the prioritization process?

·         What are the challenges on your current process?

·         How do you decide which items to work on when you can’t do everything on your list?

 

For those of you familiar with the Portfolio Analysis feature:

 

·         Do you have suggestions for future directions?

·         What needs do you have for which the feature falls short?

·         Would you like to see better integration with SharePoint for this feature? Please explain.

 

Send any feedback to projrep@microsoft.com

  • Hi Heather,

    I'm sure there are many people who read this will not realize that the priority setting is of use only when levelling.  I suggest you add a prefix to make this point, which will, in the event, educate those who think differently! :)

    Regards,

    Mike

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