TIP

We prefer to use the naming convention "must-haves, should-haves, nice-to-haves," rather than categories like high, medium, low or A, B C. The names avoid the need to define what each category means.

Figure 20.5 An example of the Q-Sort.

High-Priority Projects

High-Priority Projects

Proposed Projects

Medium-Priority Projects

Medium-Priority Projects

Low-Priority Projects

Low-Priority Projects

Figure 20.5 An example of the Q-Sort.

This method is even simpler than the Q-Sort. If the number of projects is large, you may need to prioritize the projects within each of the three groups in order to make funding decisions.

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