For many people the problem is not so much procrastination as it is how to organize their work so that it is completed in a timely manner. David Allen's Getting Things Done leads the field when it comes to books on personal organization. His system relies largely on contexts, or places, where work is done, and on having a clear sense of what the next actions or steps are for a specific project in any given context. A context can be one's office, home, client's office, etc.
Literally hundreds of thousands of people have used Allen's ideas to advantage. About eight years ago I formed the Yahoo Getting Things Done Group, which with 7,000 plus members is among the largest independent GTD groups on the net. The experiences of our members using and modifying David's ideas have shown their value many times over. And it's not too late to incorporate them into one's resolutions for 2011.