Definition of prioritisation
First of all, prioritisation is a set of techniques and approaches that help stakeholders make decisions. Secondly, prioritisation also helps to understand the relative importance of information obtained through business analysis. It is based on criteria such as value, risk, complexity, resource requirements, and others.
Moreover, significance can be based on value, risk, the difficulty of implementation, or any other criteria deemed important by stakeholders.
In these circumstances, priorities identify which information to pursue, which requirements to implement first, and how much time and information to allocate to the requirements. This method is particularly useful when deadlines are short, and requirements are high.
Why use prioritisation?
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