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  1. What are the project priorities
    The name itself refers to the urgency and importence. In project management it details about the importence of a task or project. Project managers use priority to determine who eill take the responsiblity of each task and when to expect the results. There are many factors thet determine priorities in the project, that includes time , money spent, available and needed resources and company specific needs. Project and program managers must weight these factors againeset one another to determine which poject has the highest priority.
    This is the process of determining which potential and existing projects are the most imortent. This process involves in evaluating the criteria that are most relevent to your businessand applying them to all your projects. We may rank project priority based on potential return on investment ( ROI ). Many organizations struggle with prioritization because all projects have some degree of urgency and importence.
    Why is this importence:
    Project prioritizaton ensures that you correctly allcate company resources based on the unique needs. By prioritizing tasks, a company can minimizethe time and money it spends on less urgent and importent projects.
    As per the recent survey by the project management study found that 50% of projects met the original goals and business intent when project culture ws low priority. However that number increased by almost 20% when companies prioritized project management culture. Project management and project prioritization are crucial to a projects success.
    How to handle this:
    This are the basic steps for prioritizing the project:
  2. Create a list of projects: Create a list of potential and existing projects. Consult high rankingexecutives, department heads, and project leadersto ensure that you accurately assess the companies project needs.
  3. Organize projects by priority level: Prioritizing your projects involves making a list of individual projects and then seprating the urgent and importent ones, so you know what you have to focus on immediately.
  4. Determining Prioritization Criteria: When priority levels of projects are not immidiately obvious, determine prioritization criteria based on your companis specific needs and goals.
  5. Analyze and Risk Tasks: Apply these prioritization criteria to your projects to determine the urgency and importence of each and to rank them accordingly.

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