How many pieces of paper do you think you sort through on a daily basis? One? Ten? Twenty, even? There is nothing more overwhelming than a desk cluttered with stacks on stacks of seemingly “important” documents. We know transitioning to digital documents would be a solution, but that's a complete 180° from what we are accustomed to. Plus, sometimes going paperless can come with the same headaches faced in a paper-filled office. Okay...which folder did I save that file in?
How do you go about transitioning from paper to paperless without facing organizational pitfalls and missing information, especially on a company-wide scale?