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Electronic Newsletter                 Issue 2006-11


Nov. 2006

In this issue Striking Statistic, Timely Tip, Computer Clue, Group Gathering and Quick Quote

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International Data Corporation reported in 2004 that 95% of all information is on paper.


According the the Delphi Group, 15% of all paper handled in businesses is lost, and 30% of employees' time is spent trying to find lost documents.



Need tips to help with setting-up a home or business filing system that is easy for anyone to maintain?  The Organizing Wizard provides tips on: where and how to store files, setting-up a filing system, sharing the system with others, and maintaining the system over time.


Read details in Shirley's article called "Everyone hates filing!  Yet, everyone wants an organized office, right?" at




Where possible, transfer any paper files to computer disks via scanning to prevent having to have file storage for the paper.  Be sure to make folders (directories) on the computer using the same types of categories one might use for paper files.  Then each individual file (or document) related to that category would be placed in that folder.  Be sure to name the files in a way that what is in them is easy to figure out without having to open the file.  Do not use periods (.) in names as this may confuse the system regarding file extensions, however may use underscore symbol.  See the example file and folder names in the following table. 


For a simple Rewards & Recognition idea for use by teams, departments, or organizations called "Sweet Success" that uses candy as the awards basis, see Shirley Lee's article in the Dallas ASTD newsletter.  Click on the URL below to go to the October 2006 article "Sweet Success" from the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)** newsletter.



** The Dallas Chapter of ASTD focuses on best practices and local trends that professionals will find informative, useful, and applicable to the challenges they face. 



"Behind every piece of paper lies a human situation."

- Edward T. Hall

"Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up."

- A. A. Milne


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and needs for remainder of 2006 and in 2007.


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RARA A Meeting Wizard's Approach Kindle e-Book

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TAPP Steps in Time Mgmt Kindle e-book

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Team Building Primer: A Start-up Guide for Developing Effective Teams, Committees, and Other Groups


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