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Group 3 Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress Free Productivity By: David Allen
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David Allen President of The David Allen Company More than 20 years of management consulting & executive coach Recognized by Forbes as one of the top five executive coaches in the US
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Basic Purpose of Book Provide Instruction Direction Help Organization Fundamentals To help individuals complete projects
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Main Topic Guidelines and principles to increase productivity, efficiency, and overall work-flow.
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Intended Audience Individuals who Are new to an office environment Are easily overwhelmed when working on projects Need extra help in becoming more productive and efficient
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Emerging Themes The Five Stages of Mastering Work Flow Collect Process Organize Results Review Next Actions Execute Actions
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Emerging Themes The Five Phases of Project Planning Define Purpose Envision an Outcome Brainstorm Organize Identify Next Actions
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Book Clarity and Author’s Achievement of Goals The book is organized into three sections. Section one introduces the book and the themes that will be covered. Section two covers the themes in more detail and provides explanations. Section three concludes the book by introducing key principles of self- promotion that apply to the major theme: “getting things done in a stress-free environment.”
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