Monotasking - From Procrastination to Productivity by Cutting Down On Things To Do
What is Monotasking?
Task switching depletes our brain power. We can easily imagine an almost infinite number of value-adding tasks to do. Monotasking is a method that increases your productivity by cutting down on tasks to do. The method relies on research and helps you prioritize and focus in a way that is clear, consistent and easy to grasp.
Speaker: Staffan Nöteberg
Staffan Noteberg has 20 years of experience as a freelance software developer, writer, trainer, IT-consultant, Agile coach, and conference speaker. He lives in Stockholm, Sweden and Istanbul, Turkey. And he's not only focused on his own productivity; he's also passionate about helping all kinds of office people to improve their personal time management.
He spoke at Devoxx, AgileXX, Jfokus, ScanDev, GeeCON and many other major conferences in Europe and North America. We are very happy that he is going to share his experiences and knowledge with us too.
He wrote a widely-accepted book on personal productivity called Pomodoro Technique Illustrated (http://pomodoro-book.com/). It was initially published by Pragmatic Bookshelf (http://pragprog.com/titles/snfocus) in the U.S and it's now available in Chinese (Turing Book), German (dPunkt), English (Pragmatic), Japanese (ASCII Corp), Korean (Insight), Russian (Alpina Book), Swedish (Studentlitteratur AB), and Taiwan - Traditional Chinese (Coolbooks). We hope we can find it in the bookshelves in Turkish too.
For the ones who wants to learn more about him, you can check his blog Brainmoda (http://blog.staffannoteberg.com/) and his twitter as @staffannoteberg (http://twitter.com/staffannoteberg).
The seminar language will be English.