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    rachel
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    I am trying to determine the scope of a project & have narrowed it down to 4 areas but need to know the best way to get the team to choose one area of focus for the project. Looking for any assistance!

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    #176111

    annon
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    Search under Project Assessment and Selection
    Initially, use a weighted decision matrix to rack and stack ideas
    The sponsor/champion is the one who should provide the project idea, at least in rough form.  If they have no presence in assessment and selection, be verrrrry afraid.
    You can always use multivoting, Affinity Diagrams, C&E Diagrams & Matrix, Brainstorming with 100 dollar exerice, IRD, FMEA, etc to rack and stack the ideas (google what you dont know).
    Good luck.

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    #176125

    MH
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    You can always use pareto to determine which area will benefit the most from improvement.

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    #176130

    pharmaLSSMBB
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    Agree with annon …
    If your sponsor doesn’t really care about getting the project done yesterday.. find another project.  Don’t even start a project unless your leadership is begging for it to be done.

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    #176143

    Robert Kluttz
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    To piggyback on Annon, I’d put together a decision matric and score each potential project on estimated time to complete, savings potential (hard and soft), potential solution costs, commitment of stakeholders, relationship to key business goals, etc.  Rate each potential project under these categories, do some math and voila

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