In school there are courses that have prerequisites. The reason is that the courses build on each other. To get the most out of the second course, you must have completed the first. To get the most done you have to consider the order in which you are doing it.

Many projects have several parts where later parts rely on the first ones being completed. When planning an event, you don’t advertise an event before a location is secured.

More commonly, organizations take on projects that could succeed, but fail to fix problems first, which dooms the project. For example, a project is started before budget shortfalls are fixed. This makes the costs of the project, which would have been manageable, too much for the organization to bear.

Make sure you are getting things done in the right order to maximize your chances of success.

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