Prioritization matrix

This prioritization matrix template can help you:

  • Organize many ideas according to feasibility and value to user.
  • Select the best idea for your organization.
  • Identify the most important problems your organization faces.

Open this template and add content to customize this prioritization matrix diagram to your use case.

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Identify your top priorities with a prioritization matrix

Any complex project requires you and your team to juggle many tasks. To determine which tasks should be at the top of your list, you can use a project prioritization matrix template.

A prioritization matrix is a tool that helps you visualize projects and tasks on a scale of user value and feasibility. It can be used by project managers, product developers, QA specialists, HR teams, financial analysts, and risk management specialists to identify key problems, inform decision-making, and prioritize the most important work.

To unlock the full benefits of the prioritization matrix, you can use the prioritization matrix template on Lucidchart. This template can be modified to fit any use case and makes it simple to collaborate with a team. Evaluate priorities, organize tasks, align with your team, and keep critical projects on track, all with the help of this valuable resource.

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To make the template your own, you can format shapes, add text, or create a diagram key.

As you work on the template, add projects and tasks to the matrix along the axes of “User value” (y axis) and “Feasibility” (x axis). “User value” will represent how valuable a particular task or project will be to your users or customers, and “Feasibility” will represent how quickly, easily, or capably your team can complete that task or project. Items farther along on both axes (more towards the upper right-hand corner) will become your team’s highest priorities.

You can work on the template with your team in real time, no matter where you are located. Simply share the template via Zoom, Slack, or Microsoft Teams, and leave comments for interactive sessions so everyone can agree on your most important upcoming projects.

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