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Rice Scoring Model

The Rice Scoring Model is a prioritization framework used in product management to assess and rank ideas or features based on four important factors: Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort. Reach refers to the number of users who will be affected by the idea, Impact measures the potential benefits or value it will bring, Confidence gauges the level of certainty or data backing the idea, and Effort determines the resources required to implement it. By scoring each factor on a scale, the Rice Scoring Model helps product managers identify and prioritize ideas that will have the greatest impact with minimal effort.

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