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How to manage projects: using Timebox and Sprints

3 min, 44 sec read
10:30 AM | 1 May 2015
by Lars Bjornbakk
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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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