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Productivity 101: A Primer to the Getting Things Done (GTD) Philosophy

Productivity 101: A Primer to the Getting Things Done (GTD) Philosophy | Leadership, Going to Market, Getting things Done | Scoop.it
Getting Things Done, or GTD, is a system for getting organized and staying productive. It may seem complicated on the outside, but the end goal is to spend less time doing the things you have to do so you have more time for the things you want to do. Let's break it down and see how you can apply a simplified version to your life.
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The Leadership Collapse of Manchester United

The Leadership Collapse of Manchester United | Leadership, Going to Market, Getting things Done | Scoop.it
There is much to learn from sport. Whether you play or support or do both, we have the luxury of peering into the leadership habits of athletes, managers and teams with an arms length magnifying
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Let's Stop the Glorification of Busy

Let's Stop the Glorification of Busy | Leadership, Going to Market, Getting things Done | Scoop.it
"The architecture of how we live our lives is badly in need of renovation and repair. What we really value is out of sync with how we live our lives. And the need is urgent for some new blueprints to
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Brand neglect invites the elephant into the showroom

Brand neglect invites the elephant into the showroom | Leadership, Going to Market, Getting things Done | Scoop.it
Straight-talking Karl-Thomas Neumann, chief executive of Opel, has given the world of reputation management a useful new metaphor for brand-blight: the “red elephant”. At the Geneva motor show, he told the FT that the General Motors-owned German marque had suffered from a perception problem:
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The big red elephant in the room - how is your brand, what you are selling, REALLY percieved in the market... You have to address the red elephant!

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