About a month ago, my boss instituted an awful policy of CCing the whole group (about 20 people) for any email correspondence as opposed to only people that the sender deems affected by its content. I think she was inspired by something like someone needing something and not including a person that would have been able to help and that person not being aware and the thing not getting done. Regardless, it was a terrible decision due to which I stopped reading email because about 1.73% of it total really affects me.
I would like to go back to a meaningful percentage of relevant emails in my inbox. I can think of two ways of moving on:
Talk to her directly and present her with my reasoning to reverse this terrible policy
Petition the team (most of whom I am sure also hate it) to collectively ask her to change the policy. My concerns here are that it may be perceived as some sort of mutiny against management and also that nowadays most people are too cowardly and passive and will want to avoid confrontation just to save themselves from any prospect of getting demerits in the workplace.
Are there any other methods I should consider?