Something that I’ve been playing around with for the last few months in my to do app of choice,
Todoist, is seeing if I find value in using the Eisenhower matrix to help me prioritise tasks.
But I have encountered a stumbling block when I consider this for use in a personal context: what do I with the “Delegate” label (urgent but not important)?
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Visiting St Basil’s cathedral was a must when I visited Moscow in 1988
A few months ago, my team at work considered using DSDM’s MoSCoW prioritsation technique for our project’s user stories in
After a little pondering, this morning I worked out how to do this in our cloud-hosted Jira. This short post shows you how.
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No! Not that Moscow. (Photo taken by me on a school trip in 1988)
One misunderstanding that I’ve encountered a lot over the last couple of years in relation to DSDM agile project management is in the area of prioritisation, and in particular how MoSCoW prioritisation works. In this post I hope to make things a little clearer
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