janice | June 15, 2014
As a professional organizer, I’ve seen a variety to-do lists. There has been the multiple notepad system, the task list function on email, the nest of numerous sticky notes, the list lost somewhere in a stack on their desk, and my personal favorite – their memory. First, it’s good to have some sort of to-do […]
janice | April 7, 2014
My first Organizing @ Work post featured how to deal with disorganized co-workers. However, what do you do when your disorganized co-worker is your boss? This is where things can get sticky. Your boss, after all, controls your destiny – raises, promotions, stretch assignments and references to name a few. First, you need to determine […]
janice | March 30, 2014
Your desk is an essential organizing and productivity tool for your work. You certainly spend enough time there each day so it should work for you, instead of against you. When it comes to putting your stuff where you need it, break your desk space into three categories: hot, lukewarm and cold. Hot. When you […]
janice | August 26, 2013
For most of August, my poor Twitter followers and Facebook friends have had to read all about my recent office move adventures at work. I have been consumed by the office move during the past several weeks for two reasons: 1) we moved into a new building and 2) I am the department’s move coordinator.
janice | January 18, 2013
We poor humans keep trying to do it, but we can never do it very well.
Our job descriptions will say we need to multitask, and in job interviews, we all sit in the chair across from a prospective boss, claiming we are the kings and queens of multitasking. “Oh, yes,” we find ourselves saying, “I can multitask like there’s no tomorrow. Watch me read ‘War and Peace’ while creating a killer PowerPoint and ordering lunch for the department.”
janice | March 2, 2011
Ever been in a brainstorming session where you capture all these great ideas on flip chart paper? Then you have to spend time trying to type up the notes. The Quartet Kapture Digital Flipchart System does what its name implies – captures your notes from flip chart paper onto the computer in real time. What […]