The Hamster Revolution

Halsey, Vicki; Burress, Tim
January 2007
Hamster Revolution - Business Book Summaries;1/25/2007, p1
Book Summary
Book Summary
E-mail and information storage tasks are estimated to take up 40% of a typical professional�s day. E-mail volume is said to be rising at a rate of 14.6% annually. Every day, there is an avalanche of disorganized, unstructured information just waiting to be read, sorted, acted upon, replied to, and deleted. Mike Song, Vicki Halsey, and Tim Burress want to help professionals break this stressful cycle with the four highly effective strategies detailed in The Hamster Revolution. The authors focus on a small number of high-impact e-mail insights that help develop a strategy for managing e-mail. This book is a valuable guide for anyone who wants to address e-mail overload.


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