[Everyone] Re: Email quota
Tue Mar 20 14:21:47 GMT 2012
I am sure you will all be pleased to hear that our Incentivizing E-mail Efficiency project has reached another milestone and the exploratory period for the implementation of the secondary planning stage is due to be kicked off at the next monthly IEE roundtable.
The aim is that every e-mail will be accompanied by a compulsory survey asking the recipient to grade the e-mail across a wide range of metrics (TBD). This data will be correlated so that we can assess our overall efficiency in fostering a communicatory climate and to reward consistently good e-mail senders and departments. (And maybe punish bad ones!!!) The survey should take no longer than ten minutes per email.
Until IEE reaches the delivery stage (the timetable is still being finalised by the subcommittee) perhaps e-mail recipients should simply respond to emails by feeding back to the sender some grades/marks/scores so we can all improve our E-mail Efficiency.
On 20 Mar, 2012, at 13:17, Paul wrote:
> Thanks Giles,
> The automatic email quota warning systems has never worked properly and has
> never been able to do the same job as the old Counting Dept. Another example
> of how computers have had a negative effect on productivity at PO. In the
> past if you needed to know the amount of anything you just had to ask the
> Counters. These days you either have to count things yourself or wait for a
> warning that never arrives. They don't even teach kids counting at school
> these days and the old Counting BA has gone from all but the top Unis.
> Can you remind me what the email quotas are and I'll count mine this
> afternoon and send a few all-staff emails if necessary to hit the targets.
> If anyone else needs their emails counted let me know and I'll see how many
> I'll can do before Friday. I think there should be a message from Level 6
> warning staff who don't feel confident in counting not to attempt it as all
> sorts can go wrong. Maybe there's a need for in-house counting training? I'm
> happy to plan it.
> As my mum always said..... One before two and not after three.
> Paul Risk
> -----Original Message-----
> On Behalf Of Giles
> Sent: 20 March 2012 12:47
> To: Everyone in the office
> Subject: [Everyone] Email quota
> As you all know, our Lotus Notes email system uses a quota system to ensure
> that we all stick to our email quota on a monthly basis.
> It has come to our attention that some staff are not reaching their quota.
> This must be remedied with immediate effect. If your Lotus Notes hasn't
> warned you about reaching your email limit, it means you are not sending
> enough emails. Please send more emails immediately.
> Then we will reach our quota.
> Kind regards
> Client-Vision Liaison Officer (Solutions)
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