Categories | Best Practices of GTD | David Allen | Events | Getting Things Done
Bloggers from around the net were in attendance and they were quick to post on David’s rather surprising dual appearances (actually the first appearance had been announced on the Office2.o website months ago) but David’s second appearance, sitting on the GTD Applications Panel was a delightful surprise made all the much more exciting for what David revealed… (we’ll get to that in another post). Among the bloggers that had something to say about David’s speaking at Office 2.0, Ed Brill was excited about David’s discussion of lotus notes and the fact David claims that the David Allen Company has more Notes databes than it does employees.j
Meanwhile, Internet.com‘s Richard Adihikari wrote a comprehensive post on the entire event as well as the practice of GTD. Richard’s in particular is a great read and I highly recommend you click on over to his site and check it out.
The team at the Enleiten blog and website has also written some nice material about David’s appearance at Office 2.0. In particular they’ve done a nice job summarizing the reasons why a person might need to use GTD and what that initial implementation looks like in the most basic terms.