I’m probably not going to be able to attend, but if you are, Lotusphere 2009 will be treat! Eric Mack (the PC guy) and David Allen (the GTD guy) are co-presenting on working productively in Lotus Notes.
One of the sessions is IBM Lotus Notes and Me: Maximizing Personal Productivity with Lotus Notes, described as:
“People often talk about Lotus Notes being an “organizational” productivity tool; that’s the way Lotus Notes is marketed and it’s often the way organizations deploy it – as a top down solution. Seldom do you hear about Lotus Notes being used for “personal” productivity or knowledge management. As a consequence many users see Notes as a “company” tool and not “their” tool. When tools become “personal,” productivity increases and when personal productivity increases so does the productivity of the workgroup and the organization. This session will show both expert and novice Notes users how they can use Notes coupled with proven best practices to make them immediately more productive.”
If you are going to Lotusphere 2009 and want to attend this session, Eric says that you should log in and indicate that. Apparently this is needed for getting a big enough room!
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