Usage: This is usually done using the benefit/cost ratio (also known as the Quality-To-Cost-Ratio) expected/estimated at the next cycle. This may be estimated using an Value-Decision-Table. The higher the benefit/cost ratio, the greater the Priority. Any specific interesting set of Product-Value and Cost factors, instead of all the specified factors, may be selected for a more-specific evaluation of Priority.
This Concept entered by Diane O'Brien.