Project prioritization - why not do it?

Organizations attempting to complete increasing numbers of projects are looking at the necessity of prioritizing projects, but this can invite resistance from those whose projects may be delayed or cancelled as a result. This article outlines a number of reasons that managers typically use to counter project prioritization, and ways to answer these reasons. Here are some real-life reasons why organizations should prioritize: asking the right questions can be more valuable than the answers; prioritizing projects enable organizations to add value with less effort; and tracking project performance helps organizations identify failures and successes, and fosters continuous improvement.
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