1. Reach
    1. estimate how many people each project will affect within a given period
      1. how many people will this impact?
    2. measure
      1. number of people/events per time period
  2. Impact
    1. estimate the impact on an individual person
      1. how much will this impact each person?
    2. measure
      1. use multiple-choice scale
        1. 3 for “massive impact”
        2. 2 for “high”
        3. 1 for “medium”
        4. 0.5 for “low”
        5. 0.25 for “minimal”
  3. Confidence
    1. your level of confidence about your estimates
      1. how confident are you in your estimates?
    2. measure
      1. use multiple-choice scale
        1. 100% is “high confidence”
        2. 80% is “medium”
        3. 50% is “low”
  4. Effort
    1. estimate the total amount of time a project will require from all members of your team: product, design, and engineering
      1. how many “person-months” will this take?
    2. measure
      1. a number of “person-months” – the work that one team member can do in a month
  5. RICE Scrore
    1. (Reach*Impact*Confidence)/ Effort
    2. use template from Intercom
      1. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12BY8jlCPOVav1KFocIx-wruLjO-TVE2tpLO-oFM3SDA/edit#gid=0
  6. Sourses
    1. https://www.intercom.com/blog/rice-simple-prioritization-for-product-managers/
    2. https://www.productplan.com/glossary/rice-scoring-model/
    3. https://hygger.io/blog/4-powerful-factors-rice-scoring-model/
    4. more about prioritization
      1. https://roadmunk.com/guides/product-prioritization-techniques-product-managers/
      2. 20 Product Prioritization Techniques: A Map and Guided Tour
        1. https://foldingburritos.com/product-prioritization-techniques/
      3. WSJF
        1. WSJF from SAFe. Let's prioritize right way!
          1. https://www.xmind.net/m/ism9Dc/