What is a Prioritization Framework?
A prioritization framework is a set of steps and guidelines that help you decide which tasks to do first. It can also be used to prioritize tasks by importance or urgency.
In order to create your own prioritization framework, you need to first identify the most important tasks for you and your team. This will help you understand what needs to be done in order for the most important work to get done.
Common prioritization frameworks
There are many frameworks for prioritization. These frameworks are used to help make decisions about what should be done first, what should be done next, and so on. Common prioritization frameworks include:
- RICE Framework
- The Urgent vs. Important Matrix
- Value Vs. Effort matrix
- KANO Model
- Opportunity Scoring
- Weighted Scoring
- The MoSCoW Method
- Product Tree
- ICE Scoring
- Feature Voting
- Story mapping