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Planning 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Getting Things Done What do you think? Sources Getting Things Done: David Allen's System of Organization What You'll Need In-Basket "Stuff" What is it? Is it actionable? Do it Delegate it Defer it Yes No No Yes Trash Someday/maybe Reference What's the next action? Will it take less than 2 minutes? Process Flow Calendar Next Actions Projects Project plans Defining the purpose and principles Envisioning the outcome Brainstorming Organizing Identifying next actions "Natural Planning Method" Collect
e-mail, voice-mail, task list, white-board, e-notes
Process

Organize
list of projects
project plans and materials
calendar
list of reminders of next actions
list of reminders of things you're waiting for
Review
Daily
Weekly
Do Workflow Process Do Four Criteria Model Threefold model for evaluating daily work Six level model for reviewing your own work context
time available
energy available
priority Doing predefined work
Doing work as it shows up
Defining your work Runway: Current actions
10,000 ft: Current
20,000 ft:Areas of responsibility
30,000 ft: 1-2 year goals
40,000 ft: 3-5 goals
50,000 ft: Life
Two key objectives:
1) capturing
2) disciplining yourself to make front-end decisions
"Stuff”, "mind like water"
Bottom-up: starting with the most mundane, ground-floor level of current activity and commitments "Teaching you how to be maximally efficient and relaxed, whenever you need or want to be" "What to do, when to do it, and how to do it" Why?
Defines success, creates decision-making criteria, it aligns resources, it motivates, it clarifies focus, it expands options
Policies, rules, guidelines, acceptable behaviors What will the final result be? Don’t judge, challenge, evaluate, or criticize
Go for quantity, not quality
Put analysis and organization in the background Identify components and subcomponents, sequences or events, and/or priorities What can you physically do to get closer to the outcome?
Maybe you need to go back to another step Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
Penguin Group, New York 2001 Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getting_Things_Done David Allen Website
http://www.davidco.com/ Blogs
http://www.gtdtimes.com/ Think about.. Computer
files
calendar
desk
trays
paper
post its
pens/pencils
calendar
folders Getting Started collecting! @gtdguy David Allen Twitter Getting Things Done - Official GTD Page Facebook Basic Principles How can you use the system?
Who did David Allen design this for?

Idealistic?

Quality of work?

Where would you change the process?
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