Fans of David Allen's "Getting Things Done" methodology will be pleased to see the GTD and Lotus Notes implementation guide.  I know that many GTD fans find that GTD and Notes go hand-in-hand, now there's a guide to doing it.

Eric says:

If you use Lotus Notes and the GTD methodology, you'll be pleased to know that the long awaited GTD and Lotus Notes implementation guide is now available. My colleague, Kelly Forrister, and her team worked hard to assemble a valuable collection of tips and tricks for using the Lotus Notes Calendar, Email, Personal Journal, and To Do's more effectively.

f you've followed my blog for any length of time, you know that I think that Lotus Notes is a powerful tool and a key part of the productivity equation. This guide covers both parts. At $10, I think it is an excellent value, particularly for the person that wants to implement GTD in Lotus Notes but, for IT reasons, is unable or not allowed to install a custom template.
Eric's site has more details on how to obtain the guide, either one-off or as a GTD Connect member.

Link: Eric Mack: The GTD and Lotus Notes Implementation Guide is here! >

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