Are you saying you have a ton of notes as a result of the two day workshop, but that haven't been processed? Are those notes different from a mind sweep you might have done? Normally, you'd have processed and organized all of the "stuff" from your sweep into projects, actions, waiting for, and your calender...
Originally Posted by wordsman
My advice would be to treat the notes as more stuff. I use meeting notes as a case study, and advise folks to treat the meeting notes (workshop notes in your case) just like anything else: Toss them into your inbox, and process and organize them normally:
What is it? Meeting notes. Actionable? Yes. Action: Pull out ideas, projects, actions, etc. Two minutes or less? No.
Thus it becomes an action (or if very long, a project with an action), something like "process workshop notes." When you decide to do that action, you work your way through the notes, taking care of each item.
Note: Processing the notes themselves may be a non-actionable item for you, depending on your priorities, possibly a Someday/Maybe. Also, many people find processing notes like this to be tedious (I do). The question is whether it's worth it to you or not...
Hope that helps!