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What are the project priorities? Why this is important? How to handle this?

Priorities are the things that is regarded most important than any others
So for project we need to plan and prioritised the important things to be done. Project priorities are tasks that you have planned in the workflow. The most important priority projects are the tasks that you need to begin immediately which also have high priority deadlines immediately and also provide the high quality resources. While the building the priorities for projects, you have to settle which project want to accept from clients and which one not profitable for investing time and resources. To meet company goals and satisfying the clients they have limited time and financial resources to set and need to allocate resources based on their priorities.
From this Project priorities helps business to grow well without any problems. The tasks that prioritize depending upon their high and low priority deadlines can save money, time and resources less. From this cannot missed the important deadlines. More efficient workflow and give team more insight for upcoming work, and prevent the deadlines meet.
If you do not prioritize the task correctly in the project, team will waste valuable time, energy and forced on the tasks that is important to complete the project in time. The essential that if team do not prioritize the correctly team will never became as productive as the team want to be.
Prioritizing increases the success rates of project, increase the focus of the high management team around strategic goals, clears all doubt for team when faced with decision and most important strong relation and culture
As a business Analyst gathered the requirements and handle the requirement and takes the ownership of the requirement. After gathering requirement from Elicitation technique this means any interaction with clients which specific objective is called elicitation techniques – Elicitation techniques are Brainstorming, Document Analysis, Reverse engineering, Interviews, workshops, Focus Groups, Observation, Questionnaires. When business analyst follow this elicitation technique when get 3 c Advantages this stands for correct, complete, consistent so once gathered the requirement next step is Document the requirement following Standard – IEEE, CMMI, Company specific that is documenting the Requirement. Once the requirements are gathered using different techniques – removing duplication Define the stakeholder’s requirements Divide into functional and non-functional requirements and Categorize similar requirements to come under one group after this prioritized the requirements. After this applying this elicitation technique sort the requirement means rearrange the requirements and after this sorting the requirement in the project. Need to Prioritised the requirement for the project.
For Prioritising the requirements the first step for this go with MOSOW Techniques are following
The Moscow method is a prioritization technique. To helps the common upstanding between business analysis and client this technique works for prioritisation of the requirement and Moscow stands for must – Should – Could – Would
Must – Must requirement are compulsory 100% requirements we do not missed single category in this Must requirements so almost requirements in the this must.
Should – This are also equally important requirements should work on this requirements in this project to handle better growth
Could – In this could requirement also important requirements do not contradict to the must requirements. In could requirement could involve in the project if doesn’t affect anything in project. If could requirements reject if they contradict the must requirements
Would/wont – In this requirements there is low priority we can take this requirement later or not required in this project
SMART – from the SMART techniques setting the goals to provide target for the project. SMART helps in guiding the goals setting.
. SMART is an acronym that stands for
Attainable ,
So this SMART techniques use in the prioritisation of the project for focus the efforts made for this project and increase the chances of achieving the project
SMART helps in the prioritisation of the project in the following ways:
Specific – It should have only one meaning
Measurable – this should able to measurable
Attainable –once you work it you should able to reach to that
Realistic this requirements should be realistic not
Timely – in the given time should wide up the work



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