The Perils of The Unprioritized Team

Prioritization is a symptom. 

It always has been and always will be. No one has a priority “problem”.  We have clarity, politics, workflow, overload, handoff … or a myriad of other problems that result in confusion about what to do next.

Indeed, the old existential lament “why am I on this earth?” has largely been replaced with “what should I be doing right now?”

Too many options, too many unknowns, too much confusion about what to do, who to do it with, why it's being done, who needs it, all this context creates a hostile environment when selecting the appropriate work to do next.

This class changes that dynamic. Be honest about the real context of work, select the right work at the right time, have the right conversations, and do the work right the first time.