The best way to reinforce the book is to put it into practise! I would make the meeting into a GTD style meeting without even necessarily discussing GTD itself. One big piece of paper as an inbox to collect all the random ideas that come out of the group and another bit of paper to organise them into projects, next actions, somedays and waiting fors. Asking all the great questions "what's the next action?", "what needs to happen before we can do this?", "what's the purpose of this meeting?".Originally Posted by jwhitingflvs
I've always been instantly skeptical of (management) initiatives that promise to increase efficiency, save money, improve moral, blah...blah...blah. I'm so glad that I found GTD by myself before I could be "told" about it (at which point I would have immediately switched off). There are people like me in your organisation, in all organisations.