Categories | David Allen | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Inspiration | Interviews
This is an excerpt from an interview David Allen did with Chief Mobility Officer.
By Bzur Haun | October 4, 2012
Where have smartphones made the biggest impact in ‘getting things done’?
I mean, sure, people have been able to migrate their organizational systems so that they can get email and calendar on their phones, and are able to manage communications between the lines a lot easier and faster. That’s made a difference. But it’s not that big of a deal. I mean, the smaller the device gets, the more constrained you are in terms of your productivity.
So a lot of it kind of depends on the nature of your work. It’s great if you have mobile tools to be able to utilize weird whims of wait time — waiting to pick up kids at school for example — and you’re sitting there on your iPad and you can do all kinds of cool stuff. It’s a cool time to be alive with all this great stuff in hand.
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