Categories | David Allen | Getting Started | Getting Things Done | Implementation
David Allen describes the five levels of thinking that must be clear to make a project happen efficiently and effectively in the world.
DAVID’S FOOD FOR THOUGHT
What’s needed and not needed for projects
Many professionals and their company cultures seem addicted to the organizing of projects and situations. Or at least addicted to feeling the need to organize them, and feeling guilty if they’re not. But organizing the structure and components is only one of the five levels of thinking that must be clear . . .
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