Categories | David Allen | Events | Getting Things Done
Office 2.0, the excellent conference that’s put on by my friend and tireless productivity maven Ismael Ghalimi has just announced that David Allen, the thought leader who developed the “Getting Things Done” productivity strategy will be helping open the event with Ismael. The official announcement is over at Ismael’s own IT Redux site as is more information about the conference which takes place from September 3 through the 5th.
If you’re planning on attending you might want to register today as it’s the last day to take advantage of the early bird registration rate which is $100 off the standard price. You might also wish to make your hotel reservations. The St Regis – which is one of the most beautiful conference venues in the city – is not a cheap place to stay and Ismael has managed to secure some pretty amazing discounts for attendees. This hotel tends to fill up quickly, however, so I suggest that you book a room now or risk having the either pay a great deal more or stay somewhere less convenient if you wait too long.
I’ve attended the previous two Office 2.0 conferences (and even moderated panels at both) and I have to tell you that in addition to being one of the most innovative conferences around, it is also one of the most interesting, thought provoking and enjoyable. Hope to see you there!
Also, don’t forget that David and the rest of the David Allen Company team are hard at work putting together their own event, the GTD Global Summit which is scheduled for 11-13th of March of 2009. Registration is also open for this event – and it’s one for which you might want to register well in advance as it is sure to fill up with a rather limited number of slots available for attendees.