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Practical Prioritization

I began this series of articles with a post titled “Issue Prioritization“, where I described some of the drawbacks of traditional prioritization schemes, and proposed a new scale for measuring priorities. The next post titled “Multidimensional Prioritization” explored how prioritization … Continue reading

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Multidimensional Prioritization

In my previous post titled Issue Prioritization, I presented a scheme for measuring prioritization values that overcomes many of the drawbacks of more traditional prioritization schemes. The gist of the proposal is to use a logarithmic scale (comparable to the … Continue reading

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Issue Prioritization

Software development is driven almost entirely by priorities. Executive managers set priorities for product lines. Product managers set priorities for feature development. Development managers set priorities for tasks. Project managers set priorities software bugs. In turn, software engineers focus on … Continue reading

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