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Randall Dean, MBA, is the author of the recent Amazon.com #1 E-mail Bestseller, Taming the E-mail Beast, as well as the producer and creator of several highly-rated video-based self-study courses. He has nearly 30 years of experience
using and teaching an advanced time management/personal organization system, including systems for effective e-mail management, office
clutter reduction, optimizing your Outlook and/or Gmail/Google usage, and getting the most from affiliated smart phone and tablet devices. He
has taught different versions of his time & e-mail management systems for many prominent organizations including
Michigan State University, University of California Berkeley, Westinghouse Electric Company, Volvo, The Global Business Travel Association, the
Graduate Management Admissions Council, The University of Pittsburgh, The Ohio State University, the Institute of Management Accountants, the
National Association for Legal Career Professionals, and The Michigan, Indiana,
Texas, and Iowa Societies of Association Executives for groups as small as five and as large as 550. See a partial listing of past clients/programs here.
His speaking and training programs are consistently some of the highest-rated programs for the many conferences and clients he speaks for,
including major conferences, Fortune 500 organizations, top universities, governmental agencies, and leading nonprofits -- basically anyone
struggling to better manage their time, e-mail, smart phone/tablet devices, Google productivity apps, and/or Microsoft Outlook. (And he makes
these topics fun and engaging too!) Click here to see some testimonials on his past programs.
He has previously been interviewed by the Washington Times, Detroit News, The Globe and Mail, Business Week Online, and numerous other
media outlets, including radio, television, newspaper, and blog sites. He is an active member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and
Michigan Society of Association Executives. See Randy's demo video below -- you can upsize when you hit "Play".