File Organisation Methodology
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Originally published: 21/04/2020 10:17
Publication number: ELQ-40550-1
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File Organisation Methodology

Use Event Driven Analysis to organise your files and work, for fast and efficient retrieval.

Description
PROBLEM: CAN'T FIND MY FILES
1/ You can’t find the files you are looking for?
2/ Do you sometimes feel lost within your folder system?
3/ Are you missing that vital file?
4/ Do you wish for a folder system that quickly gives you what you are looking for?

SOLUTION: EVENT DRIVEN ANALYSIS
Event driven analysis is a simple system that allows you to easily find your past work. It is borne of the way that your mind works - how your mind stores memories from the past.
This tool is a methodology for being better organised with your files on your computer. It will enable you to retrieve files faster and with less effort.
An event-driven system allows you to trigger recollection and delve into your past much more efficiently.

CONTENT OF THIS BEST PRACTICE
This best practice contains a practical explanation, with pictures, for using Event Driven Analysis in the organisation of your folders. The paper details how to call the folders and what to put into them. The paper also gives details of how to deal with stray files that might be useful, but which you are not sure of.

INCLUDED IN THIS BEST PRACTICE
1/ PDF paper detailing the best practice with practical tips

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To organise your models and files for efficient and easy retrieval.

This tool is for all those who wish to have a more organised file archiving & organisation.
This tool is for those that wish to be organised with a simple and natural system.

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