By Steven E. Sacks
The NEW Fundamentals
Email has proven through the years to be a convenient and efficient communication tool in business and in personal life.
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But it can also create misunderstandings, conflict avoidance, a desire for immediate gratification (aka rapid response), and a way to defer answering a question, taking action, and avoiding commitments.