Categories | David Allen | Getting Started | Getting Things Done | Inspiration
People who are enjoying the benefits of getting started with GTD often ask how their organization can be persuaded to adopt the GTD methods.
“The microcosm of how people deal with their in-baskets, e-mail, and conversations with others will be reflected in the macro-reality of their culture and organization. If balls are dropped, if decisions about what to do are resisted on the front end, if not all the open loops are managed responsibly, that will be magnified in the group, and the culture will sustain a stressful fire-and-crisis siege mentality. If, in contrast, individuals are implementing the principles of Getting Things Done, the culture will expect and experience a new standard of high performance.”
—David Allen, Getting Things Done