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Blog // Thoughts
May 16, 2005

Workflow

I’m always looking for words that are breaking out of their normal useage and being applied in fresh ways. It feels to me like workflow, is such a word. It caught my attention when Propellerhead announced that worklow enhancements would be a key feature of the the new version of their Reason music software. Today […]

I’m always looking for words that are breaking out of their normal useage and being applied in fresh ways. It feels to me like workflow, is such a word. It caught my attention when Propellerhead announced that worklow enhancements would be a key feature of the the new version of their Reason music software. Today whilst reading David Flinch’s thoughts on personal productivity, I was linked to David Allen, workflow guru.

My feeling is that we will see workflow start to crossover more into discussions about lifestyle (not just geekware and discussions about work/life balance. As more and more people try to get better productivity out of their work at home experiences together with managing the demands of a portfolio career, workflow will become a more used term, skipping from discussions of process, to a more general discussion about how we move through the different and often fragmented bits of work that litter our progressively less cohesive days.

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