It's clear what the Project Prioritization Organizer can do for your organization. But what about you – the business analyst or the project manager?
I've used the templates and processes in this toolkit in several organizations, and taking charge of project priorities is one way I quickly moved from a contributing BA role into management before I even had employees reporting to me.
When you take ownership of managing project priorities, you'll:
- Be involved upfront in scoping and determining ROI on ALL new projects, and have a bird's eye view of how decisions get made.
- Position yourself as someone who deserves a seat at a more powerful table, as the Steering Committee you create will often be made up of stakeholders 1-2 levels up from you.
- Provide a solution to your organization's most challenging problems – and be seen as a problem solver and a change agent.
Your business analysis skills set you up to excel at this activity. And you can learn, step-by-step, exactly how to achieve this same result when you download the Project Prioritization Organizer today.