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    November 30, 2023

    Webinar: Prioritizing Prioritization

    For companies and organizations to survive, they need to prioritize. But to thrive, their priorities must mesh like gears to synchronize the work that teams are planning and doing so they can make progress consistently and predictably. Those teams, in turn, must be composed of individual contributors and front-line managers who are tightly aligned, laser-focused, and exceptionally productive. Prioritizing prioritization helps ensure that an organization focuses on the right projects, programs, and products (or services) to take effective action. Getting this right means following a proven process and selecting the right tools. DEGAP may provide the process model. A method like the Max Priorities Framework may be perfect for prioritizing in the context of an entrepreneurial challenge. But how should we consider all the other frameworks, sorting techniques, marketplace simulations, and hybrid methods? Join Harry Hax and Jason Tanner to discuss. 

    About Harry Max

    Harry Max is an executive player-coach, consultant, and hands-on product design leader with vision and a solid grasp of operations. A servant leader at heart, Harry specializes in working with product, design, and technology leaders to help them realize their visions, build great teams, and zero in on pragmatic solutions to complex challenges. His experience includes having been a founder/CEO, operational leader, and consultant with start-ups, innovators, and global brands, including Apple, Adobe, DreamWorks, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, PayPal, Rackspace, SGI, Skype, Symantec, and Yotascale. He recently completed writing a book entitled Priorities: Creating Better Plans and Making Smarter Decisions, with an estimated publication date of March 2024.

    Jason Tanner

    Jason joined Applied Frameworks in 2008. As CEO, he leads the company’s growth and consulting practice and teaches several of Applied Frameworks’ training programs as a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer. Jason has led Agile transformations at several Fortune 500 companies, including MassMutual, Capital One, and CoStar Group. He also regularly leads engagements focused on product and portfolio management. Jason writes frequently on advanced product management and consulting topics for the company blog. Jason co-created the Scrum Alliance advanced learning programs designed for the professional development of thousands of Scrum Masters and Product Owners. He went on to co-design the world’s first online, on-demand, self-paced programs for advanced Scrum education. Jason is frequently invited to speak at conferences, on webinars, and on podcasts, including for the Scrum Alliance, Product Management Today, Agile Heroes Summit, several Agile Alliance events, and local practice communities.