Effective prioritization can be a challenge in any aspect of life. Simple linear sorted lists tend to encourage inconsistent prioritization criteria between any two items on the list. Weighted shortest job first (WSJF) teases apart a set of prioritization criteria then merges them back together again to create a prioritization that appropriately considers several factors that you may care about.
Last week I attended a class in Boulder, CO that enabled me to get my SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) Program Consultant certification. I can now put the letters SPC after my name. Continue reading “Prioritizing Your Life with WSJF”