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OneNote + GTD 스터디 예비 모임 -5/7(목) 7시30분

안녕하세요 전경수입니다.


원노트 사용자 모임을 통해 3~4월 3차례에 걸쳐 진행된 기초 사용법 교육에 대한 후속 행사로


OneNote(원노트) + GTD (Getting Things Done) 방법론에 대한 스터디 모임을 시작하고자 합니다.


이번 행사는 스터디이므로 일방적인 교육이 아닌 스터디 멤버의 자율 학습 및 토론으로 이뤄집니다.


스터디는 5월 중순부터 시작할 예정이며 아래와 같이 예비 모임을 가질 예정입니다.


[OneNote + GTD 스터디 예비 모임]


스터디 목적: 원노트를 시간 관리 도구로 활용하기 위해 GTD 방법론에 대한 스터디 및 원노트 적용 방법 토의


예비 모임 목적 : 스터디 멤버 확정, 횟수, 스터디 진행자 및 서적 발췌자 선정


일자: 5월7일(목) 오후 7시30분


장소: 한국마이크로소프트 회의실 (포스코센터 서관 5층, 삼성역과 선릉역 중간에 위치)

준비물: GTD 책       <– 각자 구입 후 지참 (번역서는 절판되었으며 용어 혼동을 피하고 영어 공부도 겸할 겸 원서로 진행합니다.)


책은 예스24 혹은 알라딘에서 주문하시면 됩니다. 아래 네이버에서 내용 보시고 [구매하기]누르면 최저가 검색 결과가 나타납니다. (최저가는 14,020원이네요)


http://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.php?bid=225732 


참가비: 무료


뒤풀이 : 희망자에 한해 참석 가능 9:00~10:00 



참가신청방법 : 아래 링크 클릭 후 댓글로 신청 (단, 네이버 회원 ID 필요)

http://cafe.naver.com/onenoteuser/109


아래는 책 소개입니다.



Amazon.com
With first-chapter allusions to martial arts, “flow,” “mind like water,” and other concepts borrowed from the East (and usually mangled), you’d almost think this self-helper from David Allen should have been called Zen and the Art of Schedule Maintenance.
Not quite. Yes, Getting Things Done offers a complete system for downloading all those free-floating gotta-do’s clogging your brain into a sophisticated framework of files and action lists–all purportedly to free your mind to focus on whatever you’re working on. However, it still operates from the decidedly Western notion that if we could just get really, really organized, we could turn ourselves into 24/7 productivity machines. (To wit, Allen, whom the New Economy bible Fast Company has dubbed “the personal productivity guru,” suggests that instead of meditating on crouching tigers and hidden dragons while you wait for a plane, you should unsheathe that high-tech saber known as the cell phone and attack that list of calls you need to return.)

As whole-life-organizing systems go, Allen’s is pretty good, even fun and therapeutic. It starts with the exhortation to take every unaccounted-for scrap of paper in your workstation that you can’t junk, The next step is to write down every unaccounted-for gotta-do cramming your head onto its own scrap of paper. Finally, throw the whole stew into a giant “in-basket”

That’s where the processing and prioritizing begin; in Allen’s system, it get a little convoluted at times, rife as it is with fancy terms, subterms, and sub-subterms for even the simplest concepts. Thank goodness the spine of his system is captured on a straightforward, one-page flowchart that you can pin over your desk and repeatedly consult without having to refer back to the book. That alone is worth the purchase price. Also of value is Allen’s ingenious Two-Minute Rule: if there’s anything you absolutely must do that you can do right now in two minutes or less, then do it now, thus freeing up your time and mind tenfold over the long term. It’s commonsense advice so obvious that most of us completely overlook it, much to our detriment; Allen excels at dispensing such wisdom in this useful, if somewhat belabored, self-improver aimed at everyone from CEOs to soccer moms (who we all know are more organized than most CEOs to start with). –Timothy Murphy –This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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