Question: “I have been in my executive assistant position for six months. I have seven years' experience as an admin and am extremely organized. One of my priorities is to get my boss’s office organized. She does not have a system; there are papers all over the desk, in boxes and in drawers. She is very hands-on and wants access to her files, so they must stay in her office. How do I start the process of weeding through and finding homes for everything? She is always multitasking and there is never enough uninterrupted time to sit down with her to get organized. Because I am fairly new, I don’t yet have a full understanding of which files can be stored or purged, so she has to assist me in this process. Any suggestions?” —Anonymous
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