Do you need a proven idea prioritisation process to help you to choose which ideas are the best ones to take forward, park for now or reject?

In many companies and organisations, the problem is not a shortage of good ideas, but a lack of a process to decide which ideas are the best ones to take forward. Making the wrong choices, or trying to take on too many projects, can have severe consequences both for your business and career, so it makes good sense to spend some time thinking it through.

Fortunately, there is a proven process that can be applied to a wide range of business challenges that can help you make the right choices. The outcome of your efforts from following this process is a well-thought-through concise visual document that you can use to discuss your findings and recommendations with your colleagues, senior management and other important stakeholders.