Another company trying to cut down on internal email and encourage more face-to-face communication, via the Guardian:

Italian manufacturer Ferrari is concerned that the indiscriminate use of emails in the office is slowing down its employees.

So, in a move likely to spark fresh debate about the intricacies of workplace netiquette, the company – one of Italy's leading luxury brands – has decided to clamp down on the number of group emails sent and remind staff that, as tiresome as it may be, they should perhaps "talk to each other more and write less".

The move, reported to have come straight from aristocratic chairman and sometime politician Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, was described as an attempt "to incentivise more efficient and direct communication" by placing "much stricter limits on the number of emails being sent".