Creator of the second-best productivity tool for GTD, Eric Mack is grounded in GTD and knowledge management. David Allen and John Forrister recently talked with Eric about his five principles of productivity software design, in the hope that it might inspire future designers to incorporate some of these principles into their applications.
Eric is also doing a survey on workstyles and key frustrations. We encourage the GTD community to take his survey. We did, and found it helpful to us in understanding how we work, what we can do to improve, and more.
For a limited time, Eric is offering GTD Connect members a complimentary call to early survey respondents to discuss his recommendations.
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