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RICE Score Table Template with 15 Service Features
from deck RICE Prioritization Score Tables (PPT Template)

RICE Score Table Template with 15 Service Features

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is titled "RICE Score Table Template with 15 Service Features" and is essentially a structured evaluation tool designed to assess service features or project ideas. The RICE scoring system considers four factors: Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort, each with associated numerical values to calculate a composite 'Score'. 'Reach' quantifies how many users are affected, 'Impact' evaluates the potential effect, 'Confidence' measures certainty in the estimates, and 'Effort' denotes the amount of work required. The template lists examples like "Improved Usability", "Increased Security", and "Developing New Products", with placeholders for descriptions and RICE metrics.

Graphical Look

  • The title is prominently displayed at the top in large, blue font.
  • A subtitle below the title provides additional context regarding the PowerPoint table design and automated Excel sheet integration.
  • The table header spans across the top with individual column titles: "Service / Feature", "Description", "Reach," "Impact", "Confidence," "Effort," and "Score."
  • Each table column has distinct icons representing the metrics: a user icon for Reach, a bullseye icon for Impact, a thumbs-up icon for Confidence, and a clipboard for Effort.
  • Colored bars beneath the icons differentiate the metric categories.
  • Placeholder texts indicate where the user can input descriptive and numerical information.
  • Rows of service examples are alternately shaded in light gray and white for readability.

The slide has a professional and clean look with a well-organized table layout. Icons and shading enhance the visual appeal and facilitate understanding of the data components.

Use Cases

  • To prioritize features or projects by scoring them in a product management meeting.
  • As part of a presentation to stakeholders to justify feature development decisions.
  • For business strategy sessions to compare potential initiatives based on quantifiable metrics.
  • During project review meetings to reassess and update the importance and expected outcomes of ongoing initiatives.

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