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Quick Tips for Writing Effective Emails


We rely heavily on emails to communicate with our colleagues, clients, vendors, employees, etc. Sometimes, these emails are too long, too formal, too informal, or filled with too many flowery words.

Efficiency is vital when you run a business. It is especially important during product management as things must go as smoothly as humanly possible.

To help, Centurion Project Management is here to share a few tips on effective email writing that you can incorporate into your daily work routines. Take a look:

  • Make sure the subject line is relevant to the email content.A matching subject line makes it easier for the reader to sum up what the email is all about. Plus, a relevant subject line also means that it’s easier to locate the email later on.

    A subject line that only “teases” its contents means that the recipients will have to take more time figuring out what it’s all about, and wasted time is a big no-no to agile in North Carolina.

  • Focus on one topic per email.We know it’s tempting to put everything you need to be done for the day in one email. But this will only make it confusing for both you and the reader.

    Muddling the content will only make it harder for both of you to locate the email later one as the subject line will not be matching whatever it is you’re looking for.

  • Keep it short.
    No one lines a 10-paragraph email. Remember, when it comes to project management in Winterville, NC, quick and easy information relay is the key!

We hope our tips help you out. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 252-543-8049.

Joe Pierce
Joe Pierce

With more than 20 years of experience as a program manager and organizational leader, Joseph Pierce has a proven record of success in leading multiple strategic projects. Specializing in the implementation of training, leadership, and information technology programs in corporate, academic, and military settings. Joe has successfully managed over 40 strategic projects using Agile, Scrum, and Systems Development Life Cycle methodologies. Possessing a B.S. in economics from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and a M.S. in management and an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland.