Prioritization Notes

The best ideas on how to make a decision on what to do next


Learn how to prioritize correctly from the very beginning and save yourself a few common mistakes. Build a robust system, so you don't fail on misunderstandings or irregularity.

Optimize operating hours, reduce a human factor during implementation, and accelerate decision-making with proper task description.

  • Clear and brief—comprehensible to anybody on the team.
  • Specific and supported—with existing files and links attached.
  • Readable—with paragraphs, bullets, bold, italics, highlights.
  • Reasonable—with subtasks or clear checkpoints.
  • Problem: detailed description of the problem to solve. 
  • Result: detailed description of the expected result. 
  • Solution/Comments: known info on solutions or obstacles.