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:
Process for Re-Prioritization
Revisit Project Priority List and Make Adjustments
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