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Organize Your Office: Simple Routines for Managing Your Workspace Paperback – December 30, 1998
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Ronni Eisenberg, who lectures and gives workshops on organization skills throughout the U.S., is also author of the popular but slightly more intimidating Organize Yourself!. Here she's brought a slew of practical tips for managing your workspace, from your briefcase to your bulletin board, from your e-mail inbox to those endless interruptions from coworkers. She covers the basics, including organizing your desktop and stemming the flood of junk mail (send a note to the Direct Marketing Association). She also hits upon modern organizational dilemmas, such as how to decide if you'd be better off with or without a PalmPilot. Some of the hundreds of handy tips she offers include:
- ways for making both in-person and telephone meetings quicker and more productive;
- methods for confronting procrastination and poor work habits;
- 10 rules to adhere to when filing; and
- 14 ways to make meetings run smoothly and accomplish what you want them to.
About the Author
Ronni Eisenberg, author of Organize Yourself! and other titles in the series, has given a multitude of workshops, lectures, and demonstrations across the country on how to get organized. She lives in Westport, Connecticut, with her husband and three children.
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Naturally, not every tip will apply to every office. I was pleasantly surprised to realize that many were generic enough to be informative, but instructional enough to help.
At less than ten dollars, this is a must-have.