K.J. McCorry

K.J. McCorry, Time Management and Productivity Consultant

Time Management and Productivity Consultant

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Boulder, Colorado

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K.J. McCorry is the owner of her own productivity, efficiency and sustainability consulting company based out of Boulder, Colorado. She specializes in office productivity, systems improvement and records management.

K.J. works with high-level executives and management to help maximize their time. Based on specific job responsibilities and work habits, she develops customized systems to help improve their performance. K.J. specializes in increasing efficiency using electronic tools and becoming less paper-based.

K.J.’s work in office process simplification has been recognized locally and nationally in the New York TimesInternational Herald TribuneChicago TribuneReal SimpleBetter Homes & GardensDenver Business JournalReal SimpleMobility Magazine and many others. She has done national TV and radio appearances on the Do It Yourself NetworkThe Peter Boyles Show, and World Talk Radio along with local news broadcasts.

She is also the author of Organize Your Work Day In No Time, by Que Publishing. This book shows readers how to use their work time more efficiently through simple and effective time management and computer organization techniques. She is a contributing author to Simple Path to Sustainability; Green Business Strategies for Small and Medium Sized Businesses.

Ms. McCorry was nominated twice by her peers for the prestigious Founders Award with the National Association of Professional Organizing, recognizing leaders who have furthered the professional organizing industry. She was also selected as a finalist for the 2008 Oppenheimer Funds Entrepreneur of the Year Award, who recognizesentrepreneurs who have successfully built businesses and positively impacted the community.

K.J. lived in Japan and Southeast Asia for more than five years, where she trained Japanese businessmen in language and cross-cultural issues. She worked with Nippon Telegraph and Telecommunications Company, Barclay's Bank and Securities, Tokyu Corporation, Fujitsu, IBM, and NHK. Upon returning to the United States, she worked as a consultant for Prudential Intercultural providing corporate intercultural seminars for Fortune 500 companies, such as IBM, Qwest Communications, Dupont, and Pepsi-Co. She was a selected member on the Prudential Trainer Advisory Council for three years.

Ms. McCorry received her BA in Psychology and International Business from Metropolitan State University of Denver, Colorado; and an Executive Masters in Business from the University of Denver.

Sample Projects

  • Shared Drive Restructuring.  K.J. assisted with re-organization of the shared drive computer files within a large government agency based out of Washington D.C. Her work included working with a team from the agency to develop the initial shared drive re-structure process, file hierarchy, along with development of record management guidelines and naming conventions. She developed a specific training for this shared drive re-structure for more than 200 project managers.
    This project resulted in easy access and filing of important records and documents agency-wide, and enabled transition of information to be migrated to cloud-based system.
  • Organizational Assessments.  K.J. conducted organizational assessments within departments for a national food chain. In reviewing the organizational challenges of the communication and information infrastructure, a detailed plan was created to improve the processes and procedures of the department and company. Implementation of the plan was conducted by Ms. McCorry and employees.
    This project resulted in reduced time for employees in multiple processes, quicker access for information and helped streamline communications within the company.
  • Paperless Office.  K.J. assisted in developing a plan for an organization to reduce their paper records and move all information and records electronically. She worked with key staff on understanding paper and information flow in order to save files and documents using current technology. This process enabled the company to go completely paperless in managing their records.