Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Taking It on the Run

Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Taking It on the Run

Article excerpt

Sometimes, it's not what we do, but how we do it that makes all the difference. With money tight as always and staffshort as ever, it's essential to work smarter, not harder. In this issue, we offer up some digital workflow solutions that can help you be more efficient and increase productivity.

Li Chen and Xueying Chen, from Kennesaw State University's Library System, walk you through Trello, a web-based project management tool that helps you track progress, collaborate, and communicate with team members.

Rachel Evans, from the King Law Library at the University of Georgia, revisits a Japanese project management technique from the 1940s, but with a 21st-century twist. Her review of KanbanFlow shows you how the newly automated project management system can keep you focused on the things that matter most today without being distracted by what may be coming up tomorrow. …

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