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Another prioritization schema you can use is to score each feature using over value--benefit and penalty--and cost and risk. The picture below is a sample of what this would look like: Each criterion is scored 1 through 9, 1 being low and 9 being high. Benefit criterion is obvious; this is how the feature would add overall value to the system, ...


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[...] you have 10 options, but only time and budget to realize only a pair of them You hit the nail on the head with this: "time and budget". You need some technique that accounts for these two factors. The SWOT analysis doesn't really account for either. You may do your analysis but then how do you chose? Do you go for the highest opportunities? The lowest ...


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