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I came across the e-mail charter and really like the idea. Adopting it on an individual level is easier. What ideas are there for adopting it on a team/company level?

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closed as not constructive by Tom Wijsman, Renan, Robert Cartaino Jul 5 '11 at 1:51

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Send an e-mail to everyone that's affected and ask them to consider implementing some of the suggestions.

Do your best to implement as many suggestion in the charter in your e-mail, of course.

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I added it as the last line of my e-mail signature. I figure that way I provide a link to it as often as I need to.

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I did this at work today. – Jeanne Boyarsky Jul 6 '11 at 0:32

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