Here is my #gtd
system at work. I use MS Outlook Tasks not for tasks but to list and letter projects (multi-step tasks). I use an A-Z file to keep any documents associated with the project there. I usually will use the transparent document holders so that I can just grab-and-go to meetings. This system has allowed me to stop building project binders (except for very large projects) and hanging folders that I reserve for mostly a few select job aids and desktop procedures. Within Outlook Tasks (not shown) I list the projects next steps.
Also pictured below is my daily tickler file. Loose paperwork and or tasks that are still pending, I store in the corresponding daily slot. This has allowed me to eliminate the need for an inbox which I've never been able or more accurately disciplined enough to keep tidy.
The only thing I'm stuggling with right now is incoming mail. I'm thinking I need to create a similar but separate process as I don't like to include it in my project/task stuff because of the sheer volume and bulkiness of the mail items (maybe I just need to delegate it to someone else!).