Almost 5 years ago I reported on PROSPRA Projects Progress. Since then, I’ve been refining my techniques, applying PROSPRA to more activities, and finally started to publish templates.
That last point is particularly important to me. Because PROSPRA is a practical tool. So it’s much easier to explain it with examples of practical applications. Though it always will be a general purpose technique for:
- Arranging a one-off set of activities to be done logically.
- Scheduling a repeating series of activities more efficiently.
However, I want to explain how PROSPRA adapts itself to different types of activities. So my templates will cover:
- Question and Answer activities
- Resolving issues and concerns
- Researching solutions for problems
- Improving common tasks
Which leads me to explaining how I’m changing my emphasis on tasks.