Archive for February, 2009

GTD on Vacation
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GTD on Vacation

Editor’s Note:  Here’s a post from new contributor Erik Hanberg.  When he wrote me about this and said that he was going on his honeymoon with no more advance planning then the tickets home I thought to myself poor man – he’s going to come home a divorcee… Apparently he chose more wisely that I […]

GTD in the Era of Economic Uncertainty
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GTD in the Era of Economic Uncertainty

Contributed by Pat Smith, CEO of The David Allen Company. He has worked in the HR/OD/OE field for over twenty years, and is considered an expert in the field of organizational development, change management and leadership development. Pat can be reached at pat.smith at davidco dot com In Leadership in the Era of Economic Uncertainty: […]

When Productivity is Low, "GTD" Improves Performance by 20% or More
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When Productivity is Low, "GTD" Improves Performance by 20% or More

Personal productivity is low. Room for productivity improvement in the average employee is high; on a scale of 1-10 the average score is 4.8. Use of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology shows a mimimum of 20% improvement in personal productivity and effectiveness. This was shown in a recent Productivity Scan research conducted by Life Architect http://www.life-architect.eu/ and set up in collaboration with the David Allen Company http://www.davidco.com/.