Time Management: The Pomodoro Technique. Distractions and interruptions are two of the major productivity killers.
If only one member of your team is late with his/her roadmap, you could get a general delay on your project.
What could we do to mitigate or even eliminate this kind of trouble?
There are many techniques that could help us; one of the most efficient is the so-called “Pomodoro technique”.

In this article I’m trying to describe how it works, who could get the major benefits using it and some tips to use it the right way. (visit source article)

Do you use the Pomodoro Technique?

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