Dai Clegg developed the MoSCoW model to create a strategic approach to prioritization.
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Many people try to find the perfect productivity system, hoping that it will help them better manage their work and mental health. However, there is no universal productivity system. For example, a remote worker may need a different approach to someone commuting to work.
Everyone should intentionally design a system based on their needs by using existing systems and adding personal touches.
Time commitment to get started: Low
Type: Visual, Tactile
Perfect for people who: Have a tendency to start a lot of projects but finish very few of them.
What it does: Helps you visualize progress on all of your projects.
Using whatever medium you prefer (sticky notes or a whiteboard work well), split your projects into three categories: To Do, Doing, and Done. That’s it.
The wall of fame for the best time management techniques
Based on our research, testing and opinions of productivity experts, here are the best time management techniques you need to know:
• SMART Goals
• The Eisenhower Matrix / The Eisenhower box
• Kanban Board
• Do Deep Work / Avoid Half-Work or Shallow Work
• The Pomodoro Technique
• 7 Minute Life
• Do it now
• Pareto Analysis, 20/80
• Rapid planning method
Now let's dive deep into each one of them.
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