Today’s blog post is written by Mary Alice Dutkanicz, Senior Manager of Data Migration Services.
This past month, I was delighted to see Marie Kondo’s “Tidying Up” appear in my Netflix queue. I was familiar with Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and was excited to see her practices getting mainstream exposure.
The KonMari method breaks down the process of tidying one’s living space into categories, rather than organizing room-by-room. Within each category, the homeowner is asked to consider each item, determine whether it “sparks joy” in their life, and then either fold it neatly back into its drawer or thank it for its service and part ways with it. While it’s not so much of a stretch to apply these concepts to organizing the physical office space of your business, this practice of considering the “joy” factor in decision-making could also be applicable to your arts organization’s digital space.Read the Article