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It sounds to me like the online courses are a single project with multiple workflows. I would recommend keeping all the classes on one kanban so that you can see their flow and balance competing demands. I would also recommend that you start out simple (Ready, Doing, Done) but look for every opportunity to detail out that workflow. What online tool are ...


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GTD is based on everything coming into your inbox and being processed from there. You can virtually use any tool that you want to implement the GTD methods. The Kanban Tool seems to just be a Kanban Board that is shared amongst peers. I've never used it, but it seems to be based on the physical construction of a workflow and does not rely on inter-related ...


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If your activities (projects) are strictly separated by time/place, then it seems a good idea to separate the boards. E.g. if you never work from home, your business tasks can be separate from your householding issues, because it doesn't make sense arrange a meeting at home or fix your kitchen sink while being in the office. They don't compete for your time. ...


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I too have this problem with a lot of different visual boards at work. They are not all Kanban boards, there are also a few VP (visual planning). I have the same challenge as you have on how to keep myself updated enough and getting the "big picture" without getting overwhelmed about the information on the boards. I have started to focus more on each board, ...



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