How to manage projects: using Timebox and Sprints
Lars Bjørnbakk shares how to get the most from your projects using Timebox and Sprint techniques from Agile to properly prepare.
This is the second part of a series looking at managing your time and projects. Read part one: How to manage projects: an overview.
When starting your project, it is a good idea to have a look at the practises of Agile Project Management. Chances are that you’re unknowingly using parts of the Agile approach in your work; but becoming aware of this way of working might substantially improve your efficiency even more.
In this post I will delve further into the techniques behind agile project management by looking at Timeboxes and Sprints.
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