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Top Tools for Effective Prioritisation:
What is an Arrow Diagram? (Critical Path Analysis)

Here is PMI Consultant Warren Knight talking about one of his top tools for prioritisation: Arrow Diagrams, or Critical Path Analysis.  So, what is an Arrow Diagram? Warren describes how to create an Arrow Diagram to establish a time-sequenced action plan to identify the critical path activities.

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Top Tools for Effective Prioritisation
Pairwise Comparisons

Warren describes how to use Pairwise Comparisons to rank a group of items in terms of their relative importance. Watch now.

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Top Tools for Effective Prioritisation
Criteria Based Decision Making

Warren describes how to use Criteria Based Decision Making to assess a group of items from multiple perspectives. Watch now.

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