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Information Overload Webinar December 2016 Video Replay Available

IORG hosted a webinar “Overcoming Information Overload” on December 13th, 2016 that brought together interesting and diverse thinkers to share their views and research.

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Five Tips to Reduce Information Overload on Information Overload Day

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By Jonathan Spira Information Overload causes people to lose their ability to manage thoughts and ideas, contemplate, and even reason and think.  It has resulted in work days that never seem to end, completely destroying work/life balance. Information Overload Day 2016 takes place on October 18th, and is a good time to take action to [...]  [...]

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