For a long time I have been a Getting Things Done (GTD) advocate in both my personal and professional life, starting from the basics and working my way up to a full blown implementation in various paper and electronic forms over the years. GTD has been a huge help, yet I have always felt there is something missing in my implementation that helps me better manage prioritisation and focus around work, which led me to explore the use of Kanban as a form of GTD list. Over a series of posts I intend to explore a number of aspects of GTD and how I have applied Kanban to limit my work in progress, adopt a pull based system, and overall, increase the flow of completed actions in my key areas of focus in life and work:
- GTD & Kanban: Similarities, Differences & Synergies Between The Two
- GTD & Kanban: Managing The Relationship Between Someday/Maybe & Active Projects
- GTD & Kanban: Work In Progress Limiting GTD Next Actions Within A Context
- GTD & Kanban: Inboxes, Lists, Calendars, Kanbans & Mind Maps Working Together In Harmony
- GTD & Kanban: An Example Of It All Coming Together
I am getting value from the changes I have made to how I work, yet still experimenting to improve. Any suggestions or questions, please do comment or email in the interest of moving all of our understanding forward.