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Prioritisation and Investment Profile Configuration Workshop

This Configuration Workshop paper is one of a series that we will work through with you in order to finalise the configuration of your populated database prior to training and roll-out.

Prioritisation Feature Guide

i-lign offers users two ways of prioritising Projects. One is via a manual drag-and-drop, and the second is via priority dimensions that are configured by your organisation.

Configuration Workshop Papers

After your organisation has contracted to use i-lign, we'll begin the familiarisation and planning process with you. Prior to the Configuration Workshops, you need to prepare vital decisions that will determine how your business initially uses i-lign.

How do Priority Dimensions Work?

If your organisation chooses to prioritise Projects and Concepts according to Priority Dimensions, it will decide on these during implementation. Your organisation will also decide on the 'Weight' of each Dimension: its importance relative to the other Dimensions.

Setting Permissions to View, Modify and Approve Priorities

Users need the following permissions in order to assign and approve Priorities in i-lign. Your organisation's i-lign administrator will set up the permission to Approve projects, but the permissions to View and Modify Priorities can be limited or assigned on a project-by-project basis.

Simple Prioritisation

If your organisation configures i-lign to allow the manual prioritisation of Projects and Concepts, you will be able to use this feature.

If your organisation configures i-lign to allow the manual prioritisation of Projects and Concepts, you will be able to use this feature.

Using Priority Dimensions to Prioritise Projects and Concepts

Project Managers assigning priorities to Projects and Concepts will follow the process described on this page.