It's well known that Ferrari is one of the most progressive, forward-thinking companies in the world. Continuing with the trend, Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has announced a new initiative that will prevent employees from sending group e-mails around the office.

In a company-wide statement Montelzemelo said that "from now on, each Ferrari employee will only be able to send the same e-mail to three people in-house. The injudicious sending of emails with dozens of recipients often on subjects with no relevance to most of the latter is one of the main causes of time wastage and inefficiency in the average working day in business."

Montelzemelo closed by saying that "Ferrari has therefore decided to nip the problem in the bud by issuing a very clear and simple instruction to its employees: talk to each other more and write less."


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[via Guardian]