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Managing Information Overload
Presenter: Kathleen Brockel
We are bombarded by an avalanche of information each day. We have to remember relevant facts about our cases, while running from duty to duty and juggling the needs of the multitudes. We try to stay above water by relying on our ability to remember the "important" stuff. We lay awake at night running through the lists of things we need to remember to do. We use a calendar to let us know where to be and when. We do our best to outrace the pending crisis. There is a better way.
In this session, we will explore a system developed by David Allen called Getting Things Done (GTD). We will: understand the theory; practice applying the system; explore how the system can be modified to fit our realities and personalities; discuss techniques for managing email; be shown a number of quick free tricks to save time and track information; and learn how to plan and implement projects