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Flipping Heck! Learning To Be Productive One Day At A Time

Productivity

Notebook on dark wood desk
July 1, 2007 By Katy Whitton

For the uninitiated, anything that has more that one step (action) to it becomes a "Project". Projects are then broken down into their individual steps to form a "Next Actions" list. In theory you should only have one next action per project on your … Read Article »

Productivity News

Grey notebook and pencils
July 1, 2007 By Katy Whitton

Every few months or so (for reasons of vanity I guess!) I retake an online Myers Briggs Test. The past year has seen quite a drastic change in terms of my personality. I've finally started to come out of my shell, have realised that … Read Article »

Productivity News

Person signing a contract
July 1, 2007 By Katy Whitton

As I've already mentioned here in Managing Web Projects #5, the contract is a very important (and yet often missed) part of the development process: Not only does a contract protect the client, it protects you as well. You can clearly state what is … Read Article »

Project Management

Man starring at papers on the wall
July 1, 2007 By Katy Whitton

We're looking into using Mind mapping at work as a means of capturing customer requirements when we're onsite and then using this mind map to draw up a Technical Requirements Specification. I was asked to write up a list of software as I'd had … Read Article »

 
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