Kanban: breaking down and visualising your work
Just about to begin work on his university dissertation, Lars Bjørnbakk, shares how he’ll be breaking down his work using, Kanban.
As I’m now in the final stages of my masters degree in project management, it’s time to devote full attention to my dissertation. This is basically a four month long project. I’ve got four months to start from scratch: come up with an idea on what to write about, make sure there is enough literature and research to support what I want to write, collect data to support my own hypotheses and so on.
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