Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Getting Things Done: Technology and Practice

San Francisco Bay Area monthly meeting at Xerox PARC ...

"Tuesday, March 14, Getting Things Done: Technology and Practice, Mimi Yin, Open Source Applications Foundation

Traditional conceptions of workflow assume that tasks are completed in a single sitting, as a series of linear steps. Not enough attention is given to the in-between steps required to complete tasks, steps that can span days, weeks, months, and, if you're unlucky, years. In the meantime, as more requests for your time flow into your inbox, how do you keep track of which tasks are unfinished, just started, mid-way, and almost-but-not-quite-done?"   continued ...   (Via BayCHI)

BayCHI - User Interface Design, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Ergonomics



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