How do you get people to agree on priorities when they may have different objectives? You may be facing an issue now where stakeholders are pushing against each other in order to get their work done first. What would happen if we could create an open dialog among stakeholders and have them understand different perspectives and focus on the goals of the greater good instead of just their own. Let’s face it, proper prioritization is the difference between writing code and developing valuable solutions.
In this simulation style workshop, you’ll learn practical methods for bringing stakeholders together and openly discuss their different priorities to agree on what’s most important overall. You will see first hand how a combining group discussion with proven prioritization methods such as Weighted-Shortest Job First and (WSJF) and Must Have, Should Have, Could Have and Won’t Have (MoSCoW) work.
• Quick Introduction to Common Prioritization Methods
• Simulation Workshop begins with Teams at each table
o Review of Features for Simulation
o Affinity Prioritization
o Table Team Prioritization Using WSJF
o Table Team adjustments using MoSCoW
o Final adjustments as new information comes in
• Summary and Lessons Learned
Anyone interested in better aligning priorities with organizational goals such as executives, facilitators, Product Managers, Product Owners and Business Analysists.
An openness to group discussion and teamwork.