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David Allen’s 2001 book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity is one of the most influential guides to productivity and time management ever written. It offers a complete, accessible system for prioritising tasks, getting on top of your workload and making time for the things that really matter. Given the increasing role of technology in our professional and personal lives and the increased pressure employees find themselves under, the book has never been more relevant. Over 1.5 million copies had been sold worldwide by 2015, and it has inspired a host of training programmes, seminars and related software.
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•Project managers, team leaders and executives
•Busy employees who find themselves facing a constantly increasing workload
•Anyone feeling overwhelmed by their professional and personal responsibilities
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