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Office Organizer

Our document management tips and inventory management ideas will he you become a more effective office organizer

With our help, file organizing and file management will be easier than ever. The office filing techniques provided by Business Management Daily will get you organized – and get you noticed.

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Good organizational skills can help diminish chaos in your life … and not just at the office, says productivity guru Laura Stack.
Your big conference went off without a hitch. In fact, it went so smoothly, your boss might not realize how well you handled everything.
Enviromental awareness has been steadily growing for years, and it's now hit the workplace in a big way.
For many small businesses, a mailing list is where their advertising begins and ends. But with mailing costs boosted in May and higher rates forecast ahead, it’s smart to consider a lower-cost (virtually no-cost) alternative: e-mail marketing.

Your unique vantage point in HR equips you to identify managers with the potential to become company leaders. By sharing your insights with top execs, you'll help build organizational excellence and make yourself more valuable. Use these tips to alert top execs to possible future leaders they might be missing ...

Most of our workspaces are homely, not homey. But we spend more of our waking hours at work than at home, and workplace design has been shown to influence performance and productivity. Here's advice from the experts:
One sign of an improving economy: People are starting to talk again about how to redesign their workplaces for maximum effectiveness.
Sometimes, your work processes get hung up on burdensome paperwork requirements—including ones that, over time, you've imposed on yourself. Don't be afraid to ask whether the forms and reports you handle are both necessary and effective ...
In the wink of an eye, team leaders can find themselves buried under an avalanche of reports, printouts and publications — and be uninformed at the same time. Here are a few tips that can keep you safe and sound:

You've got people working rotating shifts, others on flex time, and everyone with individual vacation plans. The daily schedule is a mess ... Sound familiar? If so, you might consider creating specialized "assignment desks."

Surveys show that more small businesses are using e-mail as a marketing and advertising tool. The obvious reasons: no printing or mailing costs, and customers can click on an embedded Web address and buy instantly.

You know the rules and you try to obey them. But company policies and procedures can sometimes suffocate your team.
One of the most important but vastly overlooked aspects of good management is telling employees how they’re doing. Many workers operate in the dark, wondering whether the boss loves or hates them.
Update your boss with a memo on your projects.
Most time-management books coach readers to set priorities and make lists. Jeffrey J. Mayer digs a bit deeper and offers more substantive advice on organizing your workday—and your attitude.
Are you chronically late? If you stop conversations in midsentence because you must dart away, or you frantically grab your briefcase as you scurry out the door rather than calmly come and go, then pause and regroup.
An informal survey of Working Smart readers indicates that even the hardest workers with the best attitudes get tripped up by two poor work habits.
When you learn that a co-worker’s leaving your organization, don’t just shake hands and wish them well. Take them to lunch.
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