Prioritization Technique – MoSCoW (Must, Should, Could and Won’t) The MoSCoW technique is a good focus method that helps you choose when you have too many options. MoSCoW is an easy-to-memorize acronym that provides a straightforward way of prioritizing items. Dai Clegg of Oracle UK Consulting first described MoSCoW in CASE Method Fast-Track: A RAD Approach. CleggContinue reading “Clarify priorities with MoSCoW (Must, Should, Could and Won’t)”
Write sentences as short and simple as possible. Try to keep sentences to 25 words or less.
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Use a complete sentence to introduce a list.
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