Once strategic goals have been defined, which is itself a nontrivial process, mapping them to projects is relatively straightforward. Each project can be examined to see the extent to which it supports each of the strategic goals and an overall prioritization of projects achieved. This is a key step in the prioritization process. The goal is not to choose the 10 projects with the highest return on investment, but to ensure that the projects map to the strategic goals of the business. This process is the first step in aligning the projects with the strategic goals of the business and, ultimately, determining the extent to which each project will advance the strategy.
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