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Ten Steps to Improve Productivity

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    Have you ever spent an hour (or more) to finallyclear all your e-mails, only to realize that you've actually not done any workfor the day yet? Instead of tackling your inbox all at once, do it in sections. Hit the crucial andtime-sensitive messages first, then focus on the less critical e-mails in smallersections throughout the day. You can also prioritize and/or limit distractionsby using e-mail filtering features to sort out important messages.

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Ten Steps to Improve Productivity

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    Have you ever spent an hour (or more) to finallyclear all your e-mails, only to realize that you've actually not done any workfor the day yet? Instead of tackling your inbox all at once, do it in sections. Hit the crucial andtime-sensitive messages first, then focus on the less critical e-mails in smallersections throughout the day. You can also prioritize and/or limit distractionsby using e-mail filtering features to sort out important messages.

As in many companies today, your organization might be lean of staff. Employees often have to juggle between multiple roles or work longer hours to keep things running smoothly. Though not mentioned often, improving personal productivity can go a long way toward getting you out of the office on time and achieving a better work-life balance.

We’ve compiled these top 10 tips from our IT Business Edge bloggers to help you increase your productivity and reduce your stress.