Cycle glossary

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Weighted Scoring

Weighted Scoring is a method used in product management to prioritize features or ideas. It assigns a weight to each criterion or factor based on its importance. These weights are then used to score and rank the different options or ideas. Think of it like planning a vacation - you might assign a higher weight to factors like cost, location, and activities to help you decide which destination to prioritize. In product management, weighted scoring helps teams make data-driven decisions and allocate resources effectively.

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