Critical Success Factors
In this series, David Allen, Meg Edwards, and Marian Bateman take you through how to keep the system going by examining the Review and Do phases of GTD®. Learn how to review your system, including what to review when and the different horizons of focus, so you can trust the choices you are making about what to do. Also includes an in-depth walk through of the Weekly Review, with Coach Meg Edwards sharing her recommendations on how to productively spend an hour getting clear and current.
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David talks about keeping track of balances due, and the importance of having a complete inventory of your projects and next actions in order to say yes or no to new requests.
Jennifer Ladd-Lively demonstrates why "the better you get, the better you'd better get." As her responsibilities have increased, she has modified her system from what she calls the brute force method, to a combination of digital and paper that handles everything smoothly.
Jennifer says the two-minute rule made a big difference in her productivity, as did the Weekly Review, which is now part of her routine. Others ask her how she accomplishes so much with ease, so it's no surprise that her example inspires those around her.
David Allen talks about the three Cs of effective systems -- Consistent, Current, and Context-driven.