Greetings .. Happy New Year :!:
I am an organized guy; I have created for myself a straight-forward work and task management that is a hybrid of Allen's GTD and Linenberger's TWC.
However, keeping track of WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENS is giving me a whole bunch of grief. As my responsibilities have grown, the activities have eclipsed the ability of my memory to track, and I am having trouble keeping track of everything that is happening. The issue is not so much about what I have to do, but what is going on with the staff.
:?: I have read a bunch here about people keeping Moleskine's or other chronological journals. Is this a continual thing, or is the recording done after the fact from memory? What kind of detail is kept?
:?: Any strategies for keeping track of feedback needed, feedback given, whether the feedback is resulting in change, and deadlines met and missed? There seems to be a disconnect between the "feedback like breathing" concept and the weekly O3 being the focal point of communication and the main source for this info for the review.
I am flopping around here, and hope I have expressed my conundrum well enough to allow the great people here to help!