Prioritization Matrix Templates

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In decision making it is often extremely useful to compare the relative benefits and costs of different potential initiatives. While a group can always do a cost benefit analysis, putting a set of options on a prioritization matrix allows a group of people to really debate the relative positioning of the benefits and costs of different options. In my experience, prioritization matrices can quickly and somewhat easily align people in the priorities of an organization, function or team.

To get you going on Prioritization Matrix, download the free and editable Prioritization Matrix PowerPoint Worksheet & Template by clicking on the link below.





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