Posts Tagged ‘Lotus Notes’

GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar for IBMers
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GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar for IBMers

Community Contribution from Eric Mack, partner of the David Allen Company As many of you know, David Allen has used Lotus Notes for his personal GTD system for many years.  As such, David and I will be co-hosting two upcoming webinars on GTD & Lotus Notes. Exclusively for IBM employees: On April 8th from 10am […]

Organizing actions related to projects
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Organizing actions related to projects

Question: How did you organize your tasks? Am I suppose to have a main Projects category and corresponding action tasks categorized @home, @work, etc? David Allen: Yes, for me “Projects” is a category, just like the action lists of “Calls”, “At Computer” etc. They are simply flat lists, tied together with your review of the […]

Lotus shares the value of Getting Things Done
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Lotus shares the value of Getting Things Done

As many of you know, we are a Lotus Notes shop. Have been for years. Even Lotus is also catching on to the value of GTD (with the GTD tool eProductivity) for adding value to Notes : [HTML1] If you’re still searching for the best tools for your GTD implementation, be sure to check out […]

Take a GTD & Lotus Notes class
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Take a GTD & Lotus Notes class

For those of you looking for the best ways to implement GTD with Lotus Notes®, join the next Webinar class on GTD Connect, our subscription-based online learning center.  It will be held February 4th at 12pm Pacific Time.  If you can’t make the live event, the replay will be posted to the GTD Connect Media […]

GTD & the Cloud
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GTD & the Cloud

Whenever I’m on a plane and we fly through a cloud, I can’t help but think “Oh man, I hope this isn’t the one that has all my data in it…” Tony_D on Twitter. Eric Mack recently interviewed David Allen on his use of Lotus Notes, eProductivity and cloud computing.  Hear what David thinks of […]

What are your killer apps for your GTD system?
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What are your killer apps for your GTD system?

Wikipedia defines a killer app as “…so necessary or desirable that it proves the core value of some larger technology.”  So, what are your killer GTD apps?  What do you use regularly AND find to be essential to your GTD implementation? Where do you keep your lists? Your calendar? Do you sync to a handheld? […]

iPhone and Lotus Notes
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iPhone and Lotus Notes

What’s out there for Lotus Notes users who want to sync To Do’s to their iPhone? Nothing.  As far as I know.  Believe me, I’ve searched for nearly a year. As a Notes user who was enchanted with an iPhone, I thought surely a To Do synching solution could not be far behind.  Nope. Nothing. […]

Getting Things Done with IBM Lotus Notes
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Getting Things Done with IBM Lotus Notes

In our new series called GTD Toolbox Tours, we’ll be highlighting and reviewing different tools, products, software and gear that can support your GTD implementation.  We’ll cover list managers, labelers, pens, file folders and everything else that makes your GTD system hum like a Ferrari.  This week we’re starting with a podcast with Eric Mack, […]

Reminder:  David Allen and Eric Mack Presenting at LotusSphere Jan 19th & 20th
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Reminder: David Allen and Eric Mack Presenting at LotusSphere Jan 19th & 20th

If you’re attending LotusSphere be sure to attend the two sessions being presented by David Allen and Eric Mack. The first session, Best Practices Session, BP304: “IBM Lotus Notes and Me: Maximizing Personal Productivity with Lotus Notes” will take place at 5:00 PM on January 19, at the Swan Hotel (SW 7-10). Due to the […]

Want to Hear David Discuss Using Lotus Notes?  Check Out this Podcast
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Want to Hear David Discuss Using Lotus Notes? Check Out this Podcast

Michael Sampson, the collaboration expert and author of Seamless Teamwork: Using Microsoft® SharePoint® Technologies to Collaborate, Innovate, and Drive Business in New Ways (BP-Other)(which will be reviewed here soon) spent some time talking with David recently about Lotus Notes. Mainly they discussed how he and the company use Lotus Notes and how Notes supports GTD. […]