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In this business fable, meet Harold, an HR director so overwhelmed by e-mail he feels like a hamster on a wheel. Just in time, Harold meets a coach, a leading expert on e-mail efficiency and etiquette, with a simple system that helps Harold eliminate needless e-mails, write better messages, and file and find information in a flash. He gets immediate results and reclaims his life.

The Hamster Revolution is chock-full of practical advice that really works. Also included in this audiobook is a landmark case study that shows how 2,000 Capital One associates cut their e-mail time by 23 percent while improving e-mail quality by 52 percent. Professionals waste up to a month per year on e-mail, costing their companies billions in missed opportunities. With this simple audiobook, hope and help in combating e-mail glut is finally here.

©2007, 2008 Mike Song, Vicki Halsey, and Tim Burress (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC

Critic Reviews

"It works!" (Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager)
"Simple but powerful. This is life-changing stuff." (Chris Granger, Vice President, Team Business Development, National Basketball Association)

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just ok

While there may be some salvageable hints in this book, the theme of the idealistic student in the body of a hamster gets very annoying through the course of this book.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful