www.staffannoteberg.com
Bus Time
Max – my grandmother’s father
Timebox
Five Modes
Mode #1: Overview
Mode #2: Focus
Mode#3: Self-Inspect
Mode #4 Goal Free
Mode #5: Background
Old McDonald
Succession / Duration
Prospective Memory
Remember the Future
Multi Tasking
Mental State of Flow
Arousal
Procrastination
Procrastination Symtoms
Terrible Two:Have To & Want To
Savant
Degrading Memory
Superstition or FocusEnabler?
Conditional versusUnconditional Reflex
Brain Stack
Context Extrapolation
Awareness
Rhythm
Attention Deficit Trait
LIFO, Follow Plan or a 3rd option?
Why Pomodoro Technique?
Stages
Tools
Morning
Commitment
Von Restorff Effect
Find the Start Point
Break
Set Break
Activity Completed
Recording
Records Sheet
Regulatory
Feedback
Prescriptive vs Adaptive
Deming Cycle
Repeat
Attention
Interruptions Strategy
Internal Interruptions
Visualize and then Intensify
Void
Constant InternalInterruptions
Inverting Dependency
External Interruptions
Protect Pomodoro
Visualize and then Intensify
Void
External InterruptionsStrategy
Interruption Notation
Summary
Many Timers
Team Culture
Authorizing Pomodoro Start
Pair Tracking
Pair Pomodoro Length
Pair Programming Rhythm
Split Pair
Silent Pomodoro
Timeboxed Meetings
Tracking Meetings
Estimate
Estimate on ActivityInventory
Wisdom of Crowds
Effort
Visual Estimate
Quantitative EstimationError
Qualitative Estimation Error
Yesterday’s Weather
Estimates at Records sheet
Drum Buffer Rope
Simple Tools
Sound and Shape
Length of Pomodoro
Length of Break
Overtime
Absorb
Index Cards
Administrative Pomodoro
Priority and Stakeholders
Priority Tournament
Zero Inbox
Ring Stress
Reverse Calendar
Separate-Combine-Value
Cost of Gathering
Radar Rank
The Now List
Lobster Pot Model
Relevant and Available Info
Root Cause
Progress Sheet
Value Stream Map
A3 Report
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Staffan Nöteberg's Productivity Course (full day)

  1. 1. www.staffannoteberg.com
  2. 2. Bus Time
  3. 3. Max – my grandmother’s father
  4. 4. Timebox
  5. 5. Five Modes
  6. 6. Mode #1: Overview
  7. 7. Mode #2: Focus
  8. 8. Mode#3: Self-Inspect
  9. 9. Mode #4 Goal Free
  10. 10. Mode #5: Background
  11. 11. Old McDonald
  12. 12. Succession / Duration
  13. 13. Prospective Memory
  14. 14. Remember the Future
  15. 15. Multi Tasking
  16. 16. Mental State of Flow
  17. 17. Arousal
  18. 18. Procrastination
  19. 19. Procrastination Symtoms
  20. 20. Terrible Two:Have To & Want To
  21. 21. Savant
  22. 22. Degrading Memory
  23. 23. Superstition or FocusEnabler?
  24. 24. Conditional versusUnconditional Reflex
  25. 25. Brain Stack
  26. 26. Context Extrapolation
  27. 27. Awareness
  28. 28. Rhythm
  29. 29. Attention Deficit Trait
  30. 30. LIFO, Follow Plan or a 3rd option?
  31. 31. Why Pomodoro Technique?
  32. 32. Stages
  33. 33. Tools
  34. 34. Morning
  35. 35. Commitment
  36. 36. Von Restorff Effect
  37. 37. Find the Start Point
  38. 38. Break
  39. 39. Set Break
  40. 40. Activity Completed
  41. 41. Recording
  42. 42. Records Sheet
  43. 43. Regulatory
  44. 44. Feedback
  45. 45. Prescriptive vs Adaptive
  46. 46. Deming Cycle
  47. 47. Repeat
  48. 48. Attention
  49. 49. Interruptions Strategy
  50. 50. Internal Interruptions
  51. 51. Visualize and then Intensify
  52. 52. Void
  53. 53. Constant InternalInterruptions
  54. 54. Inverting Dependency
  55. 55. External Interruptions
  56. 56. Protect Pomodoro
  57. 57. Visualize and then Intensify
  58. 58. Void
  59. 59. External InterruptionsStrategy
  60. 60. Interruption Notation
  61. 61. Summary
  62. 62. Many Timers
  63. 63. Team Culture
  64. 64. Authorizing Pomodoro Start
  65. 65. Pair Tracking
  66. 66. Pair Pomodoro Length
  67. 67. Pair Programming Rhythm
  68. 68. Split Pair
  69. 69. Silent Pomodoro
  70. 70. Timeboxed Meetings
  71. 71. Tracking Meetings
  72. 72. Estimate
  73. 73. Estimate on ActivityInventory
  74. 74. Wisdom of Crowds
  75. 75. Effort
  76. 76. Visual Estimate
  77. 77. Quantitative EstimationError
  78. 78. Qualitative Estimation Error
  79. 79. Yesterday’s Weather
  80. 80. Estimates at Records sheet
  81. 81. Drum Buffer Rope
  82. 82. Simple Tools
  83. 83. Sound and Shape
  84. 84. Length of Pomodoro
  85. 85. Length of Break
  86. 86. Overtime
  87. 87. Absorb
  88. 88. Index Cards
  89. 89. Administrative Pomodoro
  90. 90. Priority and Stakeholders
  91. 91. Priority Tournament
  92. 92. Zero Inbox
  93. 93. Ring Stress
  94. 94. Reverse Calendar
  95. 95. Separate-Combine-Value
  96. 96. Cost of Gathering
  97. 97. Radar Rank
  98. 98. The Now List
  99. 99. Lobster Pot Model
  100. 100. Relevant and Available Info
  101. 101. Root Cause
  102. 102. Progress Sheet
  103. 103. Value Stream Map
  104. 104. A3 Report
  105. 105. www.staffannoteberg.com
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