Reducing Information Pollution

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We’re a gathering of industry practitioners, academic researchers, consultants and other professionals who are dedicated to addressing the problem of information overload, an ongoing crisis that diminishes productivity and quality of life among knowledge workers worldwide.

IORG welcomes all those who seek – and who seek to share – research, data, ideas and solutions to help reduce the impact of this widespread and growing problem. Read More

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IORG Social Media presence is being upgraded

The Information Overload Research Group’s steering committee has identified social media as a key component of the group’s activity, and has made decisions accordingly. Starting this February, IORG will maintain a much higher level of activity on all its social channels. This includes the following channels, which you are invited and encouraged to join, follow, […]

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5 Tips for Bringing More Mindfulness to Your Work

Source: Globoforce blog

Author: Jacqueline Carter

The root cause of stress and work-related exhaustion does not come from what is happening in our external environment, but how we respond to it from our internal landscape; more specifically – from how our mind reacts to what we are experiencing and the extent to which we are able to effectively manage our mind, or not.  [...]

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5 Tips for Bringing More Mindfulness to Your Work

Potential Guidance for Reducing FOMO–>IO

As shared last week, FOMO can lead to addictive checking of all your social and work media channels resulting in increased stress and decreased ...

Artificial Intelligence & Information Overload

The following is an excerpt written by Yury Gubman, Knowmail’s Head of AI, from a recent IORG interview between Emanuele Terenzani (Lele), Yury, and ...

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