Over the past decade, Nozbe has become known as one of the best task managers on the market inspired by the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology. (We've done a GTD podcast series, and we've recently interviewed David Allen, creator of GTD.) They have now come out with a completely independent product called Nozbe Teams, and as you can imagine it’s focused on small organization productivity inspired by all the lessons learned from their work with Nozbe Personal.
We sat down with Nozbe CEO Michael Sliwinski to talk about getting things done in Nozbe Teams--how it’s different from Nozbe Personal, what they learned from users, and what’s on the horizon for Nozbe Teams (now out in beta).
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In this Cast | Getting Things Done in Nozbe Teams with Nozbe CEO Michael Sliwinski
Michael Sliwinski is the founder of Nozbe – a tool that helps busy professionals manage time, tasks and projects – available as a web app as well as native apps for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, iPad and iPhone. He's been running Nozbe as a remote-first company for more than 11 years running Nozbe. Now, he's launching Nozbe Teams to help busy managers of small teams get things done together.
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Augusto Pinaud 0:24 I am Augusto Pinaud.
Raymond Sidney-Smith 0:25And welcome to our listeners to this episode, we've got a little bit of a surprise for you all. We don't do this very often. But on occasion here on ProductivityCast we invite a guest to talk about a topic or a thing that we think is really useful. And we're actually really delighted to have Michael Sliwinski here from Nozbe. And and so welcome Michael to the show.
Michael Sliwinski 0:47Hi, thanks for having me.
Raymond Sidney-Smith 0:49Yeah, absolutely. Okay, so do you want to tell us a little bit about you, you have a long standing relationship with Michael, and you want to tell us a little bit about Michael and then Michael can fill in the gaps.
Augusto Pinaud 0:59That sounds like Good plan. Yeah, I have the good fortune to call Michael a friend. I met Michael many years ago on a publication called Productive Magazine. And he's been talking about being No Office and Office Free seems at least the last 20 years, maybe more.
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