What is the Blog about ?

We have all read or known what a paperless office is but have we ever wondered why this concept is not in every office or home.

 Through engineering, surveys and research the main areas are discussed within this blog and also a new approach and meaning to a area called SPA Secondary Paper Activities which has been up to now toally ignored.

As well as the usual areas this blog will look into a more social, technical and cultural aspects of the Paperless Office.

This blog will hope to make this problem area known and understood complete with engineering statistics and a guide table to help with management issues, so when installing or thinking of designing a Paperless office you will be able to calculate SPA Problems and as of today this problem has not even been mentioned.

Who is the Founder and Author

Martin Smith

A mature student with a degree in Engineering management and who is to start my MSC in the same area.Hoping to look at the paperless system in a different way and hopes who reads the blog will enjoy it


9 responses to “What is the Blog about ?

  • aangron

    I am from the Philippines, a third world country and can attest to the fact that our government is very far from being paperless. In a country where resources is inadequate, everything is done manually which means that applications for anything – be it for an identification card, a loan, an examination or even driver’s license are all accomplished by filling our forms – papers. Information systems, which I believe is essential in a paperless office is ineffective if not lacking. Memos, communications, policies, guidelines and the like are all disseminated using paper. Processes are more often than not tracked using paper. I would love to see a paperless office in my country someday, though. Hopefully, the awareness you are creating through this blog will reach the right people so that change can be started. If not for a better system, then maybe just to save the trees.

  • khairei

    Hello Martin!

    An interesting topic and a very current one, on which I hope there will be some serious advancement after the original paperless office hype died a painless death. Technological development is creating new ways of communicating which weren’t even possible on paper before, an evolution made even more exciting by the coming of tablet-like, easy-to-use wireless devices. I am very interested in this development in relation to group innovation and communication, and I think it might be fascinating to look into this topic from that precise perspective. I think I should try and produce an article on that sometime soon.

    Piia
    http://thecaseofanidbmer.wordpress.com

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