I've got a great opportunity to get started with GTD, but I'm looking for some advice or tips...
The basics: I've been in this job (mid-to-upper level public service of sorts, one shared clerical staff and about 3 'bosses' , lots of meetings and reports, quite a bit of networking and lots of information that needs to be at my fingertips all the time)
I've read GTD and have partially implemented it.
The thing is: we're moving offices. To one with a lot less storage space, so we've all been asked to go through our files and get rid of everything we don't need. It's great. I had cabinets full of files from previous holders of this job, most of it just thrown in any-which-way, now, not only do I have to sort through it, but I can organise it whatever way suits me.
And, with the office move, I won't be battling against existing systems of any sort. (And I actually know the job now - the chance of re-organising after I started reading GTD was lost because I was knew in the job and its a fairly steep learning curve)
So... the point of it all... if you were moving to a pristine new office, and could organise it, yourself and your files in any way you wanted to, how would you do it to take best advantage of the GTD system. (only provisos being - I get desk, chair, tiny 'meeting table' ONE filing unit/bookcase and no other furniture)?