My philosophy regarding true organization & productivity is that control over space, time, and information must exist.
I call it the Trifecta for Productivity.

Getting organized and increasing productivity is about much more than a pretty space and a busy schedule.  A space can look organized from the exterior, yet important information, paperwork, and materials can be very hard to find.  A professional can look – and feel – very busy, yet his or her activities may not be producing real results or measurable progress.  Looks can be very deceiving.

My philosophy regarding true organization & productivity is that control over space, time, and information must exist.  I call it the Trifecta for Productivity.  An organized space must function for all who work within the environment, and must accommodate for the ebb and flow of daily life.  A productive company must have documented systems, policies, and procedures that guide each team member’s decisions, actions, priorities and goals.  An individual’s calendar must be well-managed, proactively filled, and intentionally aligned with one’s goals and vision.

To create a productive and organized environment, I often address the physical space first; but my work does not end there.  When all three pillars of productivity (space, time, information) are assessed and improved upon, significant & lasting change and growth occurs.  Organizing is not an event; organization is a value, a lifestyle, a decision and a commitment.  Once adopted by a business and its leaders, it can can become a game-changer in determining whether the business will simply survive or how well the business can thrive.