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What Is MoSCoW Prioritization?

To complete a project on time and within budget, you sometimes need to be flexible about the project’s requirements. This practice, known as MoSCoW prioritization, can be applied by individuals throughout an organization to deliver valuable work. In this short, fast-paced course, instructor Claudine Peet explains what MoSCoW is for, who uses it, and the benefits and limitations of this popular technique. Claudine begins by covering the different MoSCoW categories: Must Have, Should Have, Could Have, and Won’t Have. She then explains the different roles that may find MoSCoW prioritization useful, the ways in which MoSCoW can help teams deliver value early, and how this practice can help to encourage ongoing collaboration between key teams.

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