In times of digitization and strong changes, new ideas as well as “building sites” emerge at every corner. Far too many to be able to tackle them all at the same time. Focusing on the next, most important step, learning from it and then tackling the next is becoming increasingly important in agile times. But which goals, projects, ideas, measures are the most important? Important – in relation to what? And how do I achieve a common acceptance and commitment in the team for these important projects?
Have a look to the video tip from CA Partner Dietmar Pascher. This exercise is part of Stage III and shows how you can successfully use and apply a prioritization matrix for yourself and in the team.