Time Spent With E-mail: Improving Your Productivity

By Scott

Clarissa Rodriguez, a productivity architect and valued colleague, was recently published in the Boston Herald’s Women’s Business section (link).

Clarissa tells us that:

“On average, employees spend two hours per day reading and responding to unproductive, low importance messages. That’s a hefty 12 weeks a year.”

And goes on to ask us:

“What would you and your employees each do with an extra 480 hours this year? Next year?”

That’s a compelling question. What would you do with an extra 480 hours per year?

Read the article here for “e-mail overload” remedies.

Check out Clarissa’s website here (Clear Road Associates).

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