I'd like to hear what support material people use to "work" their projects. Part of the nice thing about GTD is the flexability: basically review everything at the weekly review, identify anything that can be done, trash support material you no longer need, and keep going.
All that being said, what do people use on the "formal" side of organizing their project tasks & deliverables and tracking them. A formal project plan? A mind-map with annotations for completed/incomplete tasks? An outline?
Many of the things I have as projects are actual projects (I'm a project manager), but my GTD organization for such a project and the project plan itself AREN'T the same thing. My GTD stuff seems to be more focused on what do I or key people need to be doing to keep the project going, while the formal project plan integrates the activity of the group at a higher level. For example, "Hold Kickoff Meeting" is a task in the project plan for project X, but my GTD outline/next actions/mind map for that might be since I'm the responsible one
* "Brainstorm Ideas for Kickoff meeting"
* "Draft kickof meeting presentation"
* "Do trial run through of kickoff meeting presentation with boss"