Eliminate Residential Chaos

Chief Organizing Officer

Eliminate Residential Chaos

Eliminate the Chaos at Work

Productivity in the workplace requires systems and process for managing electronic information, paper and the stuff in the work-space. The better the systems and process, the more productive the employee or organization, which in the end – saves time.
In Laura's book, Eliminate the Chaos at Work, she discusses 25 techniques you can implement to take control of your time, information and stuff – and create workable systems built to reflect how you think and process information.
In our consulting practice, we use these techniques as the foundation to our work with individuals, departments and organizations. When you work with us, you can be assured we will customize these techniques to your project and desired outcomes.

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