Please note that the content on this page is retired. This content is not maintained and may contain information or links that are out of date.

When organizational or market factors fluctuate, project priorities may shift due to changing realities. Organizations that have multiple projects competing for limited resources face the following key challenges:

  • Making the project inventory and project priority list vital elements of the IT management and/or organizational process, rather than static documents or reports left to become stagnant and useless.
  • Keeping the project priority list dynamic and reflective of current IT and/or organizational initiatives and activities rather than a single point-in-time assessment and evaluation.

These challenges can be addressed in three key steps:

  1. Process for Re-Prioritization
  2. Revisit Project Priority List and Make Adjustments
  3. Review Adjustments with Stakeholders

Tools included in this bundle:

  • Change Approval Form
  • Guide to Understanding Triggers for Re-Prioritization
  • Project Prioritization List Maintenance Guidelines
  • Project Re-Prioritization Master Tool

Related Content

Hide Details

Search Code: 9836
Published: May 11, 2009
Last Revised: May 11, 2009


Get Access

Get Instant Access
To unlock the full content, please fill out our simple form and receive instant access.