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Thursday, 7th February 2013 Please login top-right to be able to star items

By Jo Alcock

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This article provides an introduction to David Allen's Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology. It discusses each of the five stages in the GTD process, and provides tips to help you integrate the system into your workflow to improve your productivity.

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Jo Alcock is a chartered information professional with a background in academic and public libraries. She is currently a researcher supporting library and information services across the sectors, including projects on social media, mobile technologies, and using data to support evidence-based decisions.

As her work is entirely project-based and no two days are the same, she has become accustomed to juggling many different types of tasks and varying timescales. She has experimented with a number of different productivity systems, tools and techniques to support this, and shares advice on this topic through presentations, workshops, articles, and a bi-monthly column in CILIP Update.

Jo blogs as Joeyanne Libraryanne and tweets as @joeyanne.

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