Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009
This is a challenging economic time.

It's also a time of extraordinary opportunity.

We no longer live in a make-it-and-move-it society where productivity can be measured by parts produced, raw materials consumed or time spent. For knowledge work, we need a new productivity equation.

Over on the Notes On Productivity blog, I've posted some of my thoughts on the GTD Summit and why I think it's important to focus on the methodology of productivity.

If you do plan to attend the GTD summit, let me know! Hopefully, I will see you there!

Discussion/Comments (6):

Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

Yes, I do. Hope to meet you there!

Posted at 2/11/2009 11:47:36 PM by TesTeq


Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

Don't keep reminding me! :-( This sounds like an amazing event. I'm very bummed that I can't go.

Posted at 2/12/2009 5:15:09 AM by Chris Blatnick


Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

I'll be there! I just want to thank you for eProductivity, I am having an awesome week, in large part due to the installation of eProductivity! I love it! Thank you so much, looking forward to seeing you at the Summit.

Posted at 2/12/2009 11:27:55 AM by Liz Harward


re: Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

Hi Liz,

I'm glad to hear that eProductivity is working so well for you. I appreciate the feedback. Please share your experiences with others. Thanks. - Eric.

Posted at 2/12/2009 12:46:31 PM by Eric Mack


Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

Unfortunately can't make it to the Summit but will be at the MIAW seminar next week in Amsterdam! Guess I won't see you there? :-)

Posted at 2/12/2009 3:24:57 PM by Peter J Simoons


re: Are you planning to attend the GTD Summit?

Sorry, Peter, I won't be in Amsterdam this time. I would love to! Especially since I would like to visit Mons, BE again. When you see David, ask him to show you he uses eProductivity. He will be happy to show you! Enjoy the seminar, I think it's fantastic.

Posted at 2/12/2009 3:48:55 PM by Eric Mack



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