Categories | Best Practices of GTD | David Allen | Implementation
A GTD’er asked:
I am part of a team with five teammates who are not using GTD. How do I handle the frustration within the lines of communication and organization/productivity?
The more anyone around you is out of control, the more you need the GTD method! You can only be responsible for what YOU need to track about what THEY are supposed to be doing, and following up with them accordingly. Waiting For and Agenda lists are great for this (chapter 7 of the Getting Things Done book describes both of these in detail.) Of course, the more they get onto this method, the more they’ll be doing their part… but you’re going to have to manage yourself, no matter what.