1. What
    1. Weighted Shortest Job First
      1. prioritization model used to sequence jobs (Features, Capabilities, and Epics) to produce maximum economic benefit
      2. is used to prioritize backlogs by calculating the relative CoD and job size
  2. How
    1. Cost of delay (COD) /Job duration (size)
    2. Cost of Delay
      1. User-business value
        1. What is the relative value to the customer or business?
        2. Do our users prefer this over that?
        3. What is the revenue impact on our business?
        4. Is there a potential penalty or other negative impact if we delay?
      2. Time criticality
        1. How does the user/business value decay over time?
        2. Is there a fixed deadline?
        3. Will they wait for us or move to another solution?
        4. Are there Milestones on the critical path impacted by this?
        5. What is the current effect on customer satisfaction?
      3. Risk reduction-opportunity enablement value
        1. What else does this do for our business?
        2. Does it reduce the risk of this or a future delivery?
        3. Is there value in the information we will receive?
        4. Will this feature enable new business opportunities?
    3. Job Duration
      1. Planning Poker
    4. Create a Matrix: The job with the highest WSJF is the next most important job to do
  3. Sources
    1. https://www.scaledagileframework.com/wsjf/
    2. https://medium.com/agiletransformation/wsjf-или-приоритезация-когда-все-вокруг-сложно-9ed97ff479be
    3. https://www.productplan.com/glossary/weighted-shortest-job-first/
    4. https://techbeacon.com/app-dev-testing/prioritize-your-backlog-use-weighted-shortest-job-first-wsjf-improved-roi
  4. use Fibonacci sequence to our estimates