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  • Leading In-House GTD Training Course??

    Has anyone here ever taken GTD the book and used it for an in-house course or workshop/seminar at the jobsite to boost productivity? Like, take a chapter a week or so? I would be interested in your thoughts on how it went or pointers. Thanks!

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    If the people know already the system, maybe is more useful to get the Ready for Anything book, has 52 chapters, one per week....

    There is a yahoo group that does that... sorry I do not have the link with me know...

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      Hm! Today my boss asked me if I would be interested in doing a short presentation on GTD for my co-workers. I said, Give me 6 months (need some more experience with it).

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        Re: Leading In-House GTD Training Course??

        Originally posted by Rogaine Warrior
        Has anyone here ever taken GTD the book and used it for an in-house course or workshop/seminar at the jobsite to boost productivity? Like, take a chapter a week or so? I would be interested in your thoughts on how it went or pointers. Thanks!
        I´ve written articles for our Intranet staff "paper"on "Managing your In-box", "Managing your To-Do list" and finally "Managing your projects". I each time make reference to DA and the GTD book as well as DavidCo.com.

        Response from my work fellows has been good.

        Peter

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          Re: Leading In-House GTD Training Course??

          We formed a small study group.

          We actually used the GTD Fast tapes as our guide and implemented over a 6 week period.

          Worked well.

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