E -mail in figures:
72 emails are received and 33 are sent on average per day per company for each collaborator . Only 14 messages are identified by users as spam .
CO2 : a company of 100 people generates each year for the production of their email 13.6 tonnes of CO2, the equivalent of 14 roundtrips from Paris to New York.
In a recent study, the American McKinsey calculated that a person working in an office takes in average 28 % of his weekly working time to read, write and sort its tens or even hundreds of emails daily .
Atos says that changing communication habits can increase business productivity by up to 20 % .
Alternatives to email ?
– * inspired by Facebook or Twitter , employees could share their ideas tell others what they are doing in real time, share documents or ask any questions at all , avoiding the need to send multiple messages with many collaborators copy .
– * This is what wants to make 2014 the French Atos, with its ” Zero Email” and its internal social network platform , rather similar to a Facebook profile. Thierry Breton , boss of Atos, talks about wanting clean up the company e-mails, comparing the approach measures ” reduce environmental pollution after the industrial revolution.”
– * Various companies, such as Lanvin, Deloitte and Intel have tried to establish a day of the week without e -mail.
– * Luis Suarez charged with promoting ” Enterprise 2.0 ” in IBM no longer or hardly uses e -mail for 5 years According to him “The email is no longer quite cooperative , rather more open, more transparent enough ” and developed ” a lot of bad habits . ” However, it recognizes that it takes a long ” labor education ” of his interlocutors to change their habits.
Clear , yes , but not in all communication
– * The limits of experience are already visible. “This can only be done internally ( a company ) because you can change the behavior of employees, but how you do with suppliers and external contacts? “ Said Tom Reuner analyst for Columbia firm Ovum.
So the end of the e -mail business is it really a utopia for you?