Archive for November, 2006

Generating a 1:1 meeting dashboard template with GyroQ

Saturday, November 25th, 2006

A post last month described an approach for setting the agenda for a weekly 1:1 meeting using ResultsManager. The meeting agenda template, available in the Dashboard Library, attempts to operationalize the GTD review approach into a MindManager Map by walking the manager/direct-report through the process of discussing activities that have become overdue, are committed to […]

Putting Things in Context

Saturday, November 18th, 2006

A key premise of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology is the need to create a basis to make the “decision in the moment”. David notes that even after deferring “someday/maybes”, and distilling their work down to next actions, the typical professional will have 50-150 next actions to deal with at any point in […]

Upcoming ResultsManager Webinar

Friday, November 17th, 2006

Mindjet just announced an upcoming Webinar by Gyronix CTO Nick Duffill on Visualizing Outcomes: Managing Simultaneous Projects with MindManager and ResultsManager on Tuesday, November 28 at 10AM PST (GMT-8:00). MindJet has increasingly been promoting the use MindManager for Project Management. While MindManager alone does have great utility, using it for project management without ResultsManager can […]

GyroTrigger – A GyroQ “Open Loop” Mind Search Engine

Monday, November 13th, 2006

Elizabeth recently posted on the Yahoo GTD_Mindmanager group on her use of MindManager to review the Incompletion Triggers list from David Allen’s book Getting Things Done. The trigger list provides prompts to jog your memory of open loops that are “on your mind” that you need into translate to projects and next actions. She inquired […]

GyroTimer 2.0

Thursday, November 2nd, 2006

The GyroQ tags forGyroTimer have been updated since the initial post. See the GyroQ Tag Library for updated code and packed text. This version adds project specific logs to complement the overall summary log. It also provides for both starting and ending comments for each entry. The export format is now comma-delimited for easier Excel […]

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