Tag Archives for " Getting Things Done "

Feb 09

Book Review: Making It All Work

By Scot Herrick | Book Reviews

Those who consistently read this site know that I am a big fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done method of organizing all of your work. “Work” in this instance means all of your work in your life, not just your employer’s work. I started practicing this method when I read David’s first book, Getting […]

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Apr 29

Getting to “Done”

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

It has become a lot harder to have that “accomplishment” feeling at work, hasn’t it? It used to be that we could do our tasks, finish our project or complete the sale and know we were “done.” Yet, in today’s working environment, we are never “done.” We just move on to the next iteration of […]

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Apr 18

Reading the Writing on the Wall

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

We’ve all seen this one: everyone in the department sees the ‘writing on the wall’ except a couple of people. What is obvious to everyone is not obvious to these people. Over at Insourced, Mick says that: the consequences of failing to read the writing on the wall can range from inconvenience to utter disaster. […]

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