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Prioritization Matrix Example

A prioritization matrix like this can be helpful for determining which of five options is the best, based on various steps.





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Cost
Option 1
Option 2
Option 3
Option 4
Option 5
Row Total
Relative Decimal
Value
Grand Total:
52.2
Prioritization Matrix
1 = Equal
5 = More
10 = Much more
1/5 = Less
1/10 = Much less
Row Total = Add all ratings
Grand Total = Add all row totals
Relative Decimal Value = Row Total / Grant Total
Time
Criteria
Resistance to Change
Impact on
Problem
42.7
1 = Equally important
5 = More important
10 = Much more important
1/5 = Less important
1/10 = Much less important
58.7
Impact on Problem
57.1
Summary
.26 x .31=.08
.14 x .22=.03
.01 x .11=.001
.59 x .29=.17
.26 x .12=.03
.14 x .23=.03
.01 x . 37=.004
.59 x . 19=.11
.01 x .02=.0002
.59 x . 27=.16
.26 x .33=.09
.14 x .19=.02
.01 x .29=.003
.59 x . 02=.01
.14 x .14=.01
.01 x .21=.002
.59 x . 21=.12
Grand Total: .96

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