Task Master

DeChant, Chris
March 2007
Fire Chief;Mar2007, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p78
Trade Publication
The article unveils a task management system which is efficient in managing well the tasks in the electronic mail inbox. The system used was adapted from the book entitled "Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook: The Eight Best Practices of Task and E-mail Management" by Michael Linenberger. The system customizes the current Microsoft Outlook capabilities and maximizes the effectiveness of standard functions found in any Microsoft Office suite.


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