RICE/ICE Scoring Model

RICE/ICE Scoring Model PowerPoint Template

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Does your list of projects keep expanding, meaning you find it increasingly difficult to prioritize? The RICE/ICE scoring models can help you to score your projects objectively, allowing you to effectively prioritize the elements with the best potential for your business.

Our new PowerPoint template covers the RICE and ICE methods of prioritization, giving you everything you need to score and compare your project ideas. The presentation template gives an overview of the background and scoring process of RICE/ICE, with numerous scoring scales, best practices, and scoring tools; this PowerPoint template will allow you to step forward confidently with a well prioritized roadmap.

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What are the RICE und ICE scoring models?

RICE and ICE are frameworks for evaluating and weighting your projects. The RICE method evaluates the Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort of a project using key figures, and offsets them against each other as factors. The resulting RICE score can then be used as a point of comparison for prioritizing the ideas in your roadmap.

The ICE model works in a similar way, but the factors which are assessed are Impact, Confidence and Ease; these are then multiplied to produce an ICE score, which is used in the same way as the RICE score. Both models are simple and effective value-based evaluation systems for weighting your projects.


What are the goals and benefits of the RICE/ICE scoring models?

Both these methods allow you work out which of your projects and ideas should have the highest priority to objectively and straightforwardly. Instead of having to make a complicated assessment of each project, which is very time-consuming and often based on pure intuition, the metric-based RICE/ICE scoring system allows you to make a consistent and neutral assessment.


What can the RICE/ICE scoring models do for your business?

As well as helping you make data-based assessments of the projects in your roadmap, these methods can efficiently align the interests of managers and stakeholders. RICE and ICE also help teams make collaborative decisions quickly and efficiently, whilst meticulously weighing up all the most important factors, including those which are often neglected in subjective scoring.

You can use the RICE/ICE prioritization methods to evaluate projects on a quantitative level. These methods lead to assessments which are not just unbiased, but which also remain dynamic; they have been proven to be effective and save time. All the relevant factors are weighted so that each aspect has an influence on the overall RICE/ICE score which is appropriate for your business.


All the building blocks of the RICE/ICE scoring models in one template

This PowerPoint presentation template contains all the key elements of the RICE/ICE prioritization methods. Download and quickly master these proven scoring processes; present your roadmap using the professionally designed templates for scoring tables, spreadsheets.  It contains all the tools you need to sort and prioritize your own ideas.


With our RICE/ICE Scoring Model Template for PowerPoint you can…

  • get a solid understanding of two of the best prioritization methods around
  • learn how to best prioritize any projects in a backlog to create a productive roadmap
  • get everything you need to immediately get started prioritizing your ideas with the proven RICE/ICE scoring spreadsheets and rating scales


This PowerPoint template contains:

  • All up-to-date information about RICE and ICE
  • Basics and origin of the RICE prioritization method
  • RICE scoring model with worked examples
  • Impact scoring scale
  • AARRR Growth Tunnel
  • AARRR Dashboard
  • Confidence with rating scale
  • Effort scoring scale
  • How to calculate a RICE score using the proven formula
  • RICE scoring spreadsheet guide
  • RICE scoring spreadsheet
  • Examples of common prioritization items
  • Categorization of prioritization conditions
  • RICE: Value vs. Risk
  • Advantages of RICE
  • Optimization of the RICE scoring spreadsheet
  • Basics and origin of the ICE prioritization method
  • ICE formula
  • ICE scoring model: Impact, Confidence and Ease, with their own rating scales
  • How to calculate an ICE score using the proven formula
  • Project examples
  • Instructions for the ICE scoring spreadsheet
  • ICE scoring spreadsheet
  • Advantages of ICE
  • Disadvantages and limitations of ICE
  • Classification of the RICE/ICE models


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