This chapter covers the following topics:
• the importance of prioritisation;
• prioritising requirements;
• applying prioritisation;
• prioritisation decomposition;
• prioritisation issues.
All businesses introduce changes. Small changes happen frequently as part of day-to-day business as usual. Major changes are more likely to be the subject of a change project. A change might be made to the way in which a task is conducted or might involve the development of a new product. However, whether small or major, process or product, organisations need to prioritise their changes. This may be an obvious statement, but too often prioritisation gets overlooked, particularly when we are in pursuit of higher-level ...