Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook: The Eight Best Practices of Task and E-mail Management by Michael Lineberger
Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook is a book for the over-extended office worker whose workday is out of control. It shows how to regain command of an over-committed workday and an overflowing, unmanaged e-mail in box. It does this by teaching the author's eight best practices of time, task, and e-mail management, and showing how to implement these in Microsoft Outlook.
Michael Linenberger (Danville, California) has been a management consultant and technology professional for more than 20 years, most recently as a program management consultant in Northern California, and as Vice President of Technology for Connection to eBay, an Accenture Service.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Gaining Workday Control 3 The Best Practices of Task and E-Mail Management 4 Configuring Outlook for Task Management 5 Applying Task Management Best Practices in Outlook 6 Planning and Working Your Tasks in Outlook 7 Converting E Mail to Tasks and Using Workflows 8 Filing Your E-Mail Using Outlook Categories 9 Outlook-Based Delegation 10 Advanced Topics 11 Appendix A: Understanding Outlook Folders 12 Appendix B: Using Outlook AutoArchive 13 Appendix C: Resources 14 Index