Timeboxing refers to the act of putting strict time boundaries around an action or activity. For example, you may want to timebox a meeting to be 30 minutes long to help ensure that the meeting will begin and end on time with no exceptions. When you timebox an event the result is a natural tendency to focus on the most important “stuff” first. If you time box a meeting, you would expect then that the absolutely required content of the meeting be completed before the end of the meeting. Other meeting agenda items that are not as important may get moved to another meeting. In essence, timeboxing is a constraint used by teams to help focus on value.