CIRCA:To Do for Guide

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* Figure out how to transclude lists. [[CIRCA: List Test]]. Solved, see example below. Now I need to break out lists and transclude them.
* Figure out how to transclude lists. [[CIRCA: List Test]]. Solved, see example below. Now I need to break out lists and transclude them.
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Some things to do next:
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* Figure out how to manage the list of tools
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* Figure out how to manage all the different tactics/methods/practices.
* Add section on my philosophy of management which means figuring it out.
* Add section on my philosophy of management which means figuring it out.
* Add a section on everything that can go wrong and link to lists of suggestions
* Add a section on everything that can go wrong and link to lists of suggestions

Current revision as of 12:24, 18 March 2012

Some things done:

  • Figure out how to transclude lists. CIRCA: List Test. Solved, see example below. Now I need to break out lists and transclude them.

Some things to do next:

  • Figure out how to manage the list of tools
  • Figure out how to manage all the different tactics/methods/practices.
  • Add section on my philosophy of management which means figuring it out.
  • Add a section on everything that can go wrong and link to lists of suggestions
  • Add a section on the dangers of talking too much and managing too much. This could link to things that go wrong and managing yourself.
  • Add something on how a meeting might go - describe a successful meeting - provide list of activities that can make up a meeting
  • Write about documenting meetings - writing notes as we go.
  • Write about open research administration and using wikis, meeting notes, etc
  • Add to lit review on bibliographic management
  • Add a section on the brutal truths of project management - how the wrong people end up managing (ie. profs) and how we don't leave enough time. Connect this to what can go wrong and managing yourself.
  • Add a section on how management is a task and how one has to budget time. Provide suggestions as to how
  • Describe ways of balancing lots of projects - how to keep track.
  • Write about recognition and crediting people. Connect to management by celebration.
  • Start working through the types of dh projects and the parts of them, approaches and so on. Those should begin to populate the methods section.
  • Write something about my experience.
  • Write something about being managed and how bad profs are at it.
  • Write something about assumptions of this guide (paradigmatic project)

Here is a test list:

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