NAPO 2023 Summit

March 30 - April 1, 2023

 Previous Presentations: NAPO 2016

May 18-21, 2016

Nadine Seidman-Levy presenting at NAPO

 From Clutter to Confidence: Get Organized in 2016

Jan 14, 2016

Thrilled to be featured in this great article by Kim Tracy Prince. Click here to read.

 Preparing for the Unexpected

June 1, 2015

As seen in NAPO News
Despite our supernatural, innate skill sets, we are human, occasionally we forget to dot all of our “I’s” and cross all of our “T’s”. Click here to read.

 Nadine Seidman-Levy featured in NAPO National video

October 2, 2013

Nadine Seidman-Levy featured in NAPO National video October 2, 2013 Nadine, President of NAPO-Los Angeles and the Special Interest Group (SIG) Leader for Small Business Organizers is featured in the new NAPO 2013 national promotional video.

 Nadine's "Technology: a double-edged sword" article featured in this months NAPO National publication

July 3, 2013

When was the last time you left your cell phone at home while spending [time] with someone special in your life? Read Nadine's article, featured in this months NAPO National publication, entitled Technology: A double-edged sword, click here.

 NAPO-LA 2012 Organizing Awards

January 26, 2013

The 2012 NAPO-LA Organizing Awards gala will be hosted by Trish Suhr of the "Yard Sale" from Clean House and will be held at the Sheraton Universal.

NAPO News: All Systems Go! Tips for Small Business Owners and their Employees

September 4, 2012

Nadine Seidman-Levy, Principal of Management 180 & President of NAPO-LA is featured in the most recent NAPO News publication. Nadine heads the Small Business Special Interest Group, which focuses on organizing services that are focused on assisting small businesses (i.e. businesses with 20 or fewer employees). In the featured article, Nadine shares tips for working with small business owners and their employees. View the full publication here: NAPO News September/October

Got clutter? There are experts to help dig your way out

April 16, 2012

BALTIMORE – Picture the scene. More than 800 people, most of them women wearing sensible pantsuits, gather in a hotel ballroom, notepads in hand, pens at the ready. They write down every tip, every piece of advice the "experts" hand out.

 After listening to one panel, they move on to another ballroom, repeating the process as the day wears on. They have a goal. They want to organize you. Yes. Scarier than a color-coordinated sock drawer.The 4,000-member National Association of Professional Organizers met here recently, just in time for the annual spring cleaning at your house. You have clutter. Admit it. That's the first step.

 There it is on your desk. There it is in your closet. There it is in your "cloud," that mysterious area that floats above your computer. Are your folders perfectly organized, be they real or hovering in cyberspace? Didn't think so.

"Organizing" is big business and growing, the industry having doubled in size in just the last 10 years. Although there are no firm figures, the industry — including professional organizers and big-box retailers such as The Container Store— is heading toward being an estimated $1-billion-a-year business.

Clutter-busting tips - Deb Lee, a CPO whose firm, D. Allison Lee, is in Upper Marlboro, Md., offers these quick tips:

1. Use vertical space (walls, backs of doors) when possible. Think shoe organizers, hooks and shelving.

2. Store seasonal clothing and blankets under your bed or the bed in the guest room.

3. Store sizable things behind the sofa (wall art, rugs).

4. Don’t forget about the area above the rod in your closets. See if there’s room to install another shelf.

To read the entire article visit

NAPO Annual Conference & Organizing Exposition in Baltimore, MD from March 21-24, 2012

March 10, 2012

The NAPO Annual Conference and Organizing Exposition draws professional organizers from around the globe. Held each year in the spring, the conference offers:
  • Networking opportunities with colleagues and exhibitors
  • Top-notch keynote speakers and cutting-edge topics
  • Professional education (both pre-conference and concurrent sessions) geared towards three levels---beginning, intermediate and advanced organizers.

Mark your calendars now for future NAPO conferences:

2013 - New Orleans, LA
Sheraton New Orleans
April 17-20, 2013

2014 - Phoenix, AZ
Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
May 28-31, 2014

2015 - Los Angeles, CA
Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites
April 15-18, 2015

2016 - Atlanta, GA
Sheraton Atlanta
May 18-21, 2016


Click to NAPO-LA website

Introducing the New NAPO-LA President - NADINE LEVY

March 8, 2012

NAPO-LA just closed their Elections and Nadine Levy has been elected as the New Chapter President. Nadine will be acting President starting May 15, 2012 through May 15, 2013.

Congratulations and Good luck to Nadine in her new role as NAPO-LA President!


Click to NAPO-LA website

Management 180 featured in LA Times Article

January 10, 2011

Office workers lose the equivalent of almost a week of work a year looking for files, online documents, staplers and other materials, a 2010 study found.

Today is National Clean Off Your Desk Day. No joke.

The "holiday" was created by Anne Chase Moeller, daughter of one of the founding brothers of reference book Chase's Calendar of Events.

It's safe to say that probably not a lot of people will be celebrating, but it can be a reminder that good organization of papers, files and other materials can save small businesses money. A fact that is too often neglected.


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Management 180 sponsors luncheon for Senator
      Barbara Boxer

April 9, 2010

Sen. Boxer emphasizes progress on the economic front as she gears up for tough re-election race.

At a luncheon with the Valley Industry & Commerce Assn., the Democrat says that about 150,000 jobs have been created in California with stimulus money and that the state will be receiving $50 billion more.

As Sen. Barbara Boxer girds for a tough reelection battle, she is crisscrossing California during the Senate recess to highlight what she sees as concrete accomplishments in the last year -- jobs created by the economic stimulus package, benefits from the healthcare bill for seniors and the ill and tax breaks for businesses that are hiring the unemployed... Read Full Article



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