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Mastering your project time

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12:00 PM | 19 February 2015
by Lars Bjornbakk
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If you’re managing a project or trying to find a way to start your course assignment, it can often be a challenge knowing where to start.

If you’re managing a project or trying to find a way to start your course assignment, it can often be a challenge knowing where to start. 

A tool I recently learned and adopted to my own work is the MoSCoW rule. It’s an acronym for ‘must have’, ‘should have’, ‘could have’ and ‘won’t have’.

It’s a brilliant way to prioritise what is important, and what is less important. Getting yourself to start with the important bit will ensure that you will at least pass on the assignment, or that your project actually meets the necessary need; being worth while.

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