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Web Presentation: David Allen on Personal and Team Productivity

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Web Presentation: David Allen on Personal and Team Productivity

Do you want to learn about Getting Things Done (GTD)? It is time to learn more from an online presentation by David Allen, The author of best selling book: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.

The presentation, Best Kept Secrets for Personal and Team Productivity, will be on Tuesday, October 10, 2006 1:00-2:00 PM EDT.

Getting Things Done

    In Getting Things Done, the groundbreaking work-life management system, David Allen discusses how to transform your personal ‘overload’ into an integrated system of stress-free productivity. The system and philosophy have been adopted by millions worldwide to manage everything from daily tasks to complex projects.

    Join us for a scintillating hour with Allen as he reviews best practices to increase your productivity, both at home and at work. Find out how technology – in particular Mindmapping and web conferencing – are powerful tools that Allen considers part of anyone’s productivity ‘bag of tricks’. Leave this web seminar with new ideas and concepts on how to increase your productivity in the four key areas of Allen’s model:

    Externalizing information and capturing notes
    Defining current reality
    Generating new ideas and perspectives
    Organizing information

    Register now – [webex]

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