July 20, 2021 /
The MoSCoW prioritization technique is our recommended way to prioritize acceptance criteria, product changes, or quality criteria in managing projects.
It is a precise, straightforward and effective tool to interact with stakeholders about what is guaranteed to be delivered by a project.
MoSCoW stands for:
Must have (essential and critical for the business)
Should have (important, but not critical for the business)
Could have (useful, but not critical for business)
Won’t have (out of scope, but important to record)
For us in TAXAPA, the MoSCoW technique is preferable assistance in defining scope tolerances, supporting the Prince2® principle
“The manage by exception.”
We want to propose to our clients always best practices supporting the right tool and technics.