Email is awesome. The way we use mail is broken.
Deathto.email is a resource for getting the best out of email.
It’s about multiple business thinkers and collaboration specialists coming together to espouse better ways of working, and how to respect email and colleagues.
It’s not about ‘mail free Mondays’ or trying to kill company email (the title of this resouce is catchy, but we’re not really trying to bring an end to email itself, only poor use of it).
Deathto.email is not a blog at all in the conventional sense – it’s an online resource for when you want to reference good email practices, and dig into channel management / personal communication management.
Deathto.email is brought to you by enthusiasm, sanity, and the following good eggs.
Oscar Berg is a digital strategist and expert in Enterprise Collaboration. Based in Sweden, he helps organizations to empower their people to communicate and collaborate better with digital technology.
Oscar is available in Sweden and beyond, and can help you improve your digital workplace. He speaks at conferences across Europe in Swedish and English.
Having managed intranets for global and regional companies, Wedge has been involved with internal communications since 2004. He has led the use of social media for brand and customer service purposes, and internal social communications for employee engagement and knowledge sharing.
Wedge is available in the UK and beyond, and can help you plan or improve your intranet and business communications (internal and external). He speaks at conferences across Europe in English.
We’re thrilled to share the thoughts of business and collaboration luminaries.
With over 15 years of corporate digital experience (communication, procurement, social and collaboration tools), Jonathan finds that the common theme is efficiency: how digital tools can make corporate lives easier, quicker and better.
Doug advises a variety of businesses and business leaders on how to make work more effective, productive, and enjoyable through smarter, more collaborative work practices.
You’re welcome to submit an article to us for publishing here, so get in touch with Wedge on Twitter.