At the beginning of this year I wrote a blog entitled the “The Myth of Email culture”
It covered the implicit ‘buy in’ to a myth that email overuse issues – which cause stress, frustration and waste time – are impossible to change and that poor email use should just be accepted as the norm (even within very smart, forward thinking global organisations)
Since that blog was published Emailogic have changed the way that email is used in a wide variety of organisations that have refused to accept “The Myth” that email culture is just the way that it is.
Emailogic clients this year have included law firms, financial organisations, colleges, universities, charities, housing associations, councils and many more – not only in the UK but across the world.
So what have they achieved?
Housing Association saved 45.9 minutes per person every day
City Council saved 40.2 minutes per person every day
National Charity saved 67.2 minutes per person every day
All these organisations made an investment – yet the return on that investment will mean extra time is released through working smarter, less stress for their staff, increased productivity as well as improved communication and collaboration.
The following are quotes from some Emailogic customers during 2014.
“That was brilliant. I loved it. Fantastic! “ Mark Yovich – President Ticketmaster International
“Best web-based training session I have attended.” Paul Gibson, Project Manager, Hanson UK
“In two hours, I feel liberated! Take control of your email, rather than it controlling you.” Alison Slater, Methodist Homes
If email is overused in your organisation – resolve to change it. It will take just 90 minutes and a small investment.
So when are you going to change the culture of email use in your organisation – 2014, 2015, 2016….or will you just continue to perpetuate the Myth?