Article 1: Any email longer than two paragraphs shall not be sent. Instead, time shall be saved by telephone contact.
Article 2: Every person shall practice the 100-Foot Rule, getting up from their posteriors to deliver the message in person to anyone within 100 feet of their desk.
Article 3: The overloaded in-boxer shall check messages at designated times to prevent attention deficit.
Article 4: There shall be a requirement of determining urgency before response to messaging.
Article 5: No book-length thread E-mails, or dispatches as long as "War and Peace" shall be allowed.
Article 6: Companies shall establish policies to control e-transmissions as if they were emissions.
Article 7: Everyone shall resist the temptation to send one- and two-word responses, such "thanks," "got it."
Article 8: There shall be no assumption of unlimited e-access simply because the tools allow it. Message management shall be instituted.
Article 9: Permission shall be granted to use auto-responders to block out focus zones for optimum productivity.
Article 10: E-contact-free zones/days shall be negotiated to improve performance and jump-start innovation.
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