Getting Things Done Updated for 2015

Date: Friday, March 20, 2015 by GTD Staff

Check out this great interview with David Allen by Amiel Handelsman if you’d like to know what differences and updates to expect with the New 2015 Edition of Getting Things Done!




2 Responses to “Getting Things Done Updated for 2015”

  1. Alison Abrams says:

    I’d like to know what changed in the 2015 edition of Getting Things Done.

    • GTD Times Staff says:

      Hi Alison. Here’s what David said recently about this:

      The new edition addresses a much broader audience, which has grown because of need for so many more people to manage themselves in a world that can easily get crazy and out of hand, more than ever. The GTD methodology hasn’t changed (nor will it, no matter what changes go on in the world), but being able to navigate the digital world effectively creates a lot more demand for the GTD best practices. The new edition also has some subtle changes in the vocabulary and descriptions of the components, as I have understood and experienced more of the subtleties of the GTD applications, over the years. In addition I have added new research from the field of cognition that validates the GTD methods, to optimize our cognitive functions.

      Hope that helps!

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