Adapt to company's interruptive culture ?
So, David talks about the best way to send/delegating 'stuff' is to do it via email. So people on the own times can process it w/o being "all up in your face about it".
At the company i work for there is a lot of in your face people. Alot of people kind of act like chickens with their heads cut off, and others are claim and quiet. Should i break the GTD rule of 'emailing' ( i know David says its the best way, but clearly is not the only way) or do the in your face, over the shoulder attack ? I personally feel emailing works better, cause I know a lot of people i work w/ never ever write anything down. And if i send an email theres a chance that they will take their time to answer the question, instead of going up to them being like "hey can i can your thoughts on XYZ?". I really dont want to be interruptive, i do try to use IM instead of email if i need someones attention on something urgent. I just dont like being the guy having to wave his hands above his monitor to attract someone else's attention...
Maybe its just the industry/ company culture i work in. I work as an Artist, in the video game industry. Its kinda a mix of a startup/software develop culture ( well, thats what it feels like for me)
If anyone can share there exp w/ adapting to non-GTD behaviors to adapt their workplace environment , what would be great.