When people think of to-do’s, they often imagine a list of items they can check or unflag when done. But that’s a bit binary and doesn’t convey much context. If it feels too confining, here’s another way to clarify your commitments…
Casey’s eTip: Use Kanban to Visualize Your Work
Kanban (Japanese for visual board) is the LEAN workflow approach popularized by Toyota last century. The simplest way to use Kanban is to put your work in one of three columns: Requested, In Progress and Completed. It gives you a quick visual sense of what you’ve got on your plate and a reminder of what you’ve already accomplished.
Brought to you by the Task/Project Management link in your Productivity Chain.