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Whiteboard Wednesday: The Probability of Getting Tasks Done

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The ability to get everything on your task list done becomes less and less probable with the number of tasks and you load into your week or iteration. The simple math of compounding probabilities is a good analogy to prove this point.

At the end of this video, what I should have said (for clarity) was that you should under promise and over deliver. Accomplishing that alone, there is no need for fancy math as you have already learned the lesson that the analogy is attempting to deliver.

Like I said in the video, please check out Leading Answers as it is a great website with a lot of great information.

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4 Responses to “Whiteboard Wednesday: The Probability of Getting Tasks Done”

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  3. Ligeinceria on August 25th, 2008 12:25 am

    Is this gonna end someday??

  4. dead_drederS on September 17th, 2008 1:48 pm

    Priveet!! Medveed!!!

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