By Robyn Pearce.
Some Offices are overwhelmed by mountains of paper all requiring attention.
The author, a New Zealander, gives time-saving ideas for handling information, both on paper and electronic.
Find efficient filing systems
Clear away clutter
Learn to read faster, and sort out what is important to be read
Plan a home office
One of the biggest time-management challenges for most people is how to survive the deluge of information, especially via paper. The focus of this book is the 'paper war'; and here Robyn Pearce strategises the well-known struggle of having 'too much paper!' into submission with comprehensible and manageable systems.
Robyn's commonsense suggestions are broken down into simple, quick-to-digest parts. With the whole subject of paper and information there are only a few basic areas. The biggest challenge is that many strategies are so obvious people overlook them and, therefore, suffer unnecessary stress and pressure.
This book is a one-stop resource, giving readers guidance for easily implemented processes, quick steps for success and also some plain commonsense advice.
Paperback, 2003, Reed, Auckland, excellent condition