Your company suffers from information overload.

HOW TO CUT INFORMATION OVERLOAD

  • Don't publish or distribute a report; if nobody complains about it in a month, discard the report permanently.
  • Require managers to submit only 1 to 2 page reports.
  • Prohibit FYI (for your info) reports and emails and permit only FYD (for your decision) ones.
  • Seek top management approval for printing duplicates or triplicate copies of reports and forms.
  • Seek the recipient's prior approval before "cc: ing" an email to him.

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