eProductivity General Track Focus Group

Sunday, October 7th, 2007
Two more meetings to go! This meeting, with the eProductivity general track focus group, is to discuss my Saturday Keynote speech and the sessions for the day. The challenge is deciding what topics to cover and which to leave out.  I will present my speech on the productivity equation along with a survey of productivity methodologies that have greatly impacted me personally, most notably David Allen's Getting Things Done methodology. I'll present a survey of some of the personal Knowledge management (PKM) concepts for self organization, inspired by my KM colleague, Steve Barth, and wrap all of that in the ICA model.

COP eProductivity Conference General Track Meeting

This is the track where we will diverge from traditional material that I'm used to presenting. Some of my topics are either irrelevant for this groups or, more often, they have specific needs that I want to address in detail. Most interesting for me will be a few sessions that I've always wanted to talk about: a biblical perspective on work and how to craft a personal family mission statement. I do not consider myself an expert in either of these areas but I have lots of experience to offer and can draw upon the wisdom of others who have written on the subject. It should be a lot of fun and I'm really looking forward to sharing what I've learned.

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