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Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace.

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How to communicate in the information overload workplace

October 24, 2016 | Posted By

Dignity and Sadness in the Working Class

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People Tend to Accidentally Waste Their Precious Time Off From Work

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How Elon Musk Learns Faster And Better Than Everyone Else

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3 Signs You Need to Simplify Work for Your Employees

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Migrating the Overload From Email to Team Space

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The Test of Time: A busy working mother tries to figure out where all her time is going

April 5, 2010 | Posted By

Source: Washington Post
Author: Brigid Schulte
Date: January 17, 2010

Let me tell you about a typical day in my life as a working mother.

Oh, wait, there is no such thing.

There was the Tuesday I flew in late to a meeting with school officials about why my son was floundering in fifth grade; I dragged along my second-grader, still in her pajamas and slippers because she had stayed home sick, and I kept glancing at my BlackBerry because I was in the middle of reporting a fast-breaking deadline story about a Chinese student who’d had her head chopped off. Then there was the Thursday that the amount of work I needed to do pressed like a heavy weight on my chest, but my heart just about ripped apart when my daughter’s big blue-gray eyes started to water because I had said no when she asked, “Mommy, will you please come with me on my field trip today?” I spent three hours in the woods with her — and my BlackBerry and my guilt over not being at work. I worked an extra four hours after she went to bed that night.

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Coping With Information Overload & Keeping Up with Your Profession

January 10, 2010 | Posted By

Source: Humboldt State University Library
Author: Corryn Crosby-Mullenberg
Date: January 29, 1999

Every day we are bombarded by a virtual tsunami of data.  How do you stay current without becoming a karoshi victim?  What are the strategies for finding just the right amount of the right information?  Unfortunately, there are no universal magic bullets or “quick fixes” out there.  The techniques, strategies, and concepts listed below are the best defenses yet discovered…..

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