Bob Lewis has an interesting column up this week over on IS Survivor on the process for bypassing projects. The topic fit in pretty well with my rants this week, so I thought I’d send you over that way.
I have long thought that your project backlog should be treated like an investment portfolio. Rate the risks, returns, and effort and you should be able to choose the next project to work on with the resources you currently have. Why is that not ubiquitous? Have I been studying Finance for too long now?
In the end, transparency will win. One day, I will prove it.