Thursday, January 11, 2007

Mindmap of "Getting Things Done" by David Allen

The GTD Mindmap / Flowchart has been updated. The new version is here.

9 comments:

Maria said...

That's a nice map you have there. As you know, I am also trying to stay on the GTD wagon; it's cool to see someone else's rabid enthusiasm for it. I myself am operating GTD through a Moleskine.

Anonymous said...

Sorry but this is not a mindmap, it's a flowchart. A mindmap has a central topic around which subtopics and sub-subtopics are grouped.

KidneyNotes said...

Good point. The map is a bit more complex than the usual flowchart, because of multiple layers (the horizons of focus) and the weekly review. I called it a mindmap because 1) MindManager is primarily used to create mindmaps and 2) because of the layers of complexity and interrelationships, but you're correct, the classic mindmap has a central topic with subtopics.

Anonymous said...

Don't suppose you'd publish the MindManager file would you - always looking for new ways of looking at GTD ?

j said...

Wow what a map!

Please publish the MindManager file.

Walter said...

yes, please publish the MindManager file for download and traduction

Por favor, publique el archivo de mindmanager para descargar y traducir al espaƱol

Pascal Venier said...

A question if I may. Looking again at the mind-map/flowchart today, I note that you mention the "three fold nature of work" but then only list two items. Is something missing?

Do you have any plan to make the mind-map available for download?

ericlodi said...

Nice map describing GTD process!

To implement GTD on mind map (and along the mines of Pascal Venier) I have posted some explanations and self explanatory templates (Freemind as in free, and MindManager) on
http://web.mac.com/ericlodi/iWeb/Orgameth/

Happy GTD!

Lans said...

Great map! I use Wrike for my GTD. Wrike's system is not a traditional GTD system, but I personally like it better. It lets me get things done without reviewing a "waiting for" list. Check it out.