Downsize your information: How to do it and why
Before this article reaches your desk, new technologies will be available to store and easily retrieve electronic information. But don't get the cart before the horse. Making the decision of whether to go electronic or remain paper should come after a careful analysis of what information is important to you and your company.
Barbara Hemphill is a leading productivity expert. As a speaker and consultant on organizing, Hemphill helps individuals and organizations create and sustain a productive environment. She is author of the best-selling “Taming the Paper Tiger” book series. In the recently released book, “Bushido Business,” she joins Tom Hopkins, Brian Tracy & Stephen M. R. Covey, sharing how they learned how to be successful. For more information, visit http://www.barbarahemphill.com/.
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