Here is a possible outline:
The basics are fundamental. What people do wrong in the dissertation is in making mistakes they should have learned to avoid in High School or the early part of college.
Management of time:
You will get it done if you have regular time to write. Your "prime time" (Tanya).
Management of space: Combine time with space for the double whammy. As Thomas writes:
I tell researchers to master the time and space of their writing. I tell them to think of the text they are writing as an object with 40 parts distributed across 8 five-paragraph sections. This is the space in which they work, and it is, importantly, an orderly space in which 40 discrete claims can be supported.
Management of tasks: break down a larger task into smaller components.
Model article / dissertation chapter. Find compelling models and follow them.
Avoid the "data dump." You are communicating a message, not proving that you know something.