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- Avoid the analysis-by-paralysis trap. Parr, Gary L. // Quality;May99, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p6
Urges managers not to fall into the pattern where they ultimately do not accomplish anything because they are bogged down by mental stress. Practice among company middle-level managers who generate a maelstrom of paperwork; Inability by companies to function after falling into the...
- Pile management: What you don't know can bury you. Winters, Rich; Goldstein, Michael // CPA Journal;Sep94, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p86
Gives advice on how to manage piles of paper in the workplace. Use of a method called Generally Accepted Pile Principles (GAPP); Use of six generic boxes with various labels; Description of needed course of actions in the labels.
- `Dry Dust and Stray Paper...'. // Flying Safety;Apr99, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p3
Describes a General Aviation pilot's observation of the discrepancies in an old aircraft paperwork record. Details on his flying experience; Information on the aircraft Minimum Equipment List (MEL).
- Most useless paperwork? // PHC Profit Report;06/01/96, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p6
Presents highlights of `Jobscope' periodical's survey on the most useless paperwork form used by mechanical contracting firms. Time spent by respondents on paperwork; Use of paperwork information.
- The Paperless Office. Day, C William // American School & University;Jun99, Vol. 71 Issue 10, p58
Discusses the evolution of a paperless office. Significance of paperworks in schools; Efforts towards paperless offices; Benefits of using document management technique; Benefits of electronic processing.
- Conquering the paperwork mountain. // American Salesman;Nov94, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p6
Presents techniques for managing paperwork. Employment of a transcriber to transcribe dictations; Skimming reference reading materials; Sorting of documents.
- Making paper cuts. // Director (00123242);Jan1997, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p43
Presents information on a six-month campaign to reduce paperwork in work places. Information on the paperwork audit; Response to the survey.
- ONLY PROVOKE. Skene, Sylvia; Lipe, Peggy // Library Mosaics;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p19
Presents a letter commenting on the pressure brought by office paperworks. Difficulty in organizing file drawers; Designation of the paperworks to coworkers; Emphasis of job satisfaction in work performance.
- Boost efficiency by trimming the paper trail. Booher, Dianna // Business Press;04/18/97, Vol. 9 Issue 51, p30
Provides suggestion on how to reduce the paperwork load in a business enterprise. Effective delegation of responsibilities; Eliminating self-protective writing by creating trust climate; Patience for bad news bearer; Consideration for others' talents.