Who is David Allen?
He’s a productivity consultant who is best known as the creator of the time management method known as “Getting Things Done”.
He’s the founder of the David Allen Company, which is focused on productivity, action management and executive coaching.
TIME magazine heralded his international best-seller, Getting Things Done, as “the defining self-help business book of its time.”
He’s David Allen and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.
David Allen’s Top 10 Rules For Success
David Allen shares 3 keys to why GTD matters to your organisation.
Why GTD matters to your organization.
Next Action Associates (David Allen Company GTD Licensee for UK and Ireland) worked with AirPlus International to deliver game-changing GTD methodology across the organisation, to great effect. Find out how implementing a workflow management system helped hundreds of employees work independently and in teams to achieve greater efficiency and productivity in less time and with less stress.
GTD Case Study – AirPlus International
Productivity gets personal / infoShare 2016
David Allen describes a GTD® tip for dealing with interruptions.Learn more about GTD®
David Allen on GTD® and Dealing with Interruptions
David Allen gives a rare glimpse inside his own office, demonstrating how he processes his paper inbox. You’ll see real examples transforming stuff into clarified actions and reference.
GTD® Inbox Processing with David Allen
David Allen talks about choosing tools for implementing the Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology. How important are the tools? What do you need to look for? www.gettingthingsdone.com
Choosing Tools for GTD®
Getting organised is not as complex as it may sound. It’s Putting things where they below, where the meaning matches the location.
What does organized mean in GTD?
David Allen on the Five I’s of GTD where he talks about five stages that we go through with GTD.
Where are you in the 5 I’s?
If you’re not at “Integration” yet, here are some ideas to continue on the Path of GTD Mastery:
–Read (or reread!) the “Getting Things Done” book. David Allen has often said it is “the” manual for learning this methodology and will give you the big picture as well as tactical tips and tricks.
–Get coached virtually or in-person by a Certified GTD Coach
–Take a GTD Fundamentals course, offered around the world.
–Join GTDConnect.com where you can learn GTD at your own pace, through webinars and a huge multimedia library.
Wherever you are in the 5 I’s, we hope GTD is bringing you value!
The 5 Stages of GTD®
How Mobile Impacts Productivity – with Getting Things Done author David Allen
David Allen coaches Dutch TV host Linda through GTD®
Interview with David Allen – 6/6 Is GTD just a fad? or will it stand the test of time?
Interview with David Allen – 5/6 Best ways to Prioritize & Overcome Procrastination with GTD
Interview with David Allen – 4/6 Comparing GTD with spirituality, meditation & martial arts
Interview with David Allen – 3/6 How GTD gets your brain to focus?
Interview with David Allen – 2/6 How to get “in your zone” with GTD?
Interview with David Allen – 1/6 What is GTD? Why is it so popular?
GTD – the 2 minutes version:
Two Minutes with David Allen – Gravity and the GTD Experience
Two Minutes with David Allen – The Weekly Review
Two Minutes with David Allen – Dealing with Email
Two Minutes with David Allen – Prioritizing with GTD
Two Minutes with David Allen – Managing Agreements
Two Minutes with David Allen – Implementation Tips
Q&A with David Allen, inventor of GTD®
Life with GTD
The Art of Stress-Free Productivity: David Allen at TEDxClaremontColleges
GTD Fundamentals Anthem
Getting In Control and Creating Space | David Allen | TEDxAmsterdam 2014