plan together or get vaguely ordered around

Team Prioritization

All teams are learning that professional teams prioritize together, amateur teams wait for instructions.

Very few of us have actually been taught to or even think about how to prioritize. 

Prioritization needs to be flexible (change happens), clear (visual), and collaborative (shared understanding) in order to have any impact at all.

The days of being told what to do are over.
Let's get professional, plan together, and blast through some good work!

Shared Priorities are Shared Success

Module 1:
Why Do We Need
to Prioritize Our Work?

No plan = failure.
Rigid plan = failure.
Flexible collaborative plan = success.
The professionals doing the work must understand what they are doing now, why they are doing it now and what comes next.

Module 2:
How can my team 
plan, prioritize, and succeed?

Our priority shifts faster than we would like. If someone is prioritizing for you, they will always be behind. This class provides dozens of visualizations all teaching you to create your own ways to prioritize based on your actual need.

Module 3:
How do we make sure
our team keeps improving?

Prioritization is a verb, it's an action that needs to be maintained, revisited. For a professional, real prioritization changes the moment change occurs.

Prioritize your work | React to change quickly | Find success

Prioritize as a Team

Plan your work together, react to change immediately.

Know the Why, What, and How of your Work.

Teams on the same page can help each other, sequence better,
and complete the right work at the right time.

Rapid Improvement is Possible

Every improvement is a part of your value stream.

Have Real Retrospectives

Retros based on work you understood make meaningful improvement.

What's included?

  • 3 Modules
  • 1 Certification
  • 15 Units
  • 15 Videos

The Team
Understands the Team

Work will always be frustrating in a sea of confusion. Prioritizing together means the team truly discusses and understands the work at hand.

Communicate Visually &
Plan Stronger

Seeing the relationships, risks, and unknowns of upcoming work as a group provides everyone an opportunity to analyze and help. This creates more meaningful priorities and better understanding when priorities change.
Meet the instructor

Jim Benson

Jim Benson is a renowned productivity expert and co-creator of Personal Kanban, an influential time management and workflow visualization method. With a passion for optimizing individual and team productivity, Jim's innovative approach to organizing tasks has empowered countless professionals to achieve greater efficiency, clarity, and work-life balance. Through his writings, workshops, and speaking engagements, he has become a leading voice in the realm of personal and collaborative productivity. Jim's profound impact on the way we approach work and manage our daily lives has earned him widespread recognition as a pioneer in the field of productivity and time management.
Patrick Jones - Course author