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To all people that work, no matter what’s the work, we all need in massive amount to communicate. To understand what we do to talk to peers to share what we do to learn about what has to be done to understand from the environment how to do it and the list could continue for several pages. Alone we are […]
As IORG Social Media Chair, for the past four weeks my theme has been whether or not email overload will still be a problem in 2019 and if so how to reduce it. Clearly, there are now multiple excellent other ways to communicate electronically from instant messaging via Skype for Business or What’s App to sophisticated collaborative tools like Slack […]
Following is a Recap of the key topics and discussion points from the Information Overload Day Webinar held on October 23rd, sponsored by IORG. On October 22, 2018, the Information Overload Research Group held its annual “Information Overload Day” This years’ session was entitled “Cognitive Science, Addiction, and Information Overload”. Following is a summary of key points from all the […]
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Your non-paperless office is costing you more than you think, but the benefits of going paperless can deliver an impressive level of return on investment. Studies show that enterprise content management (ECM) offers some of the highest direct ROI rates ever reported. One study reported nearly 60 percent of ECM users achieved payback in 12 months or less — a single budget cycle — and 28 percent experienced positive returns after just 6 months.
If your organization is just now starting down the paperless path, you can take heart knowing there is tremendous financial growth to be had which will make the transition considerably worthwhile.
As with all transformations, only with truth can you see the light. If organizations are prepared to take on the real work that is needed for process automation, they’ll reap the rewards of cost savings and greater efficiency, giving them the means to support better employee and customer experiences.
News item describes a boundary-breaking collaboration, funded at $1M for 4 years by the National Science Foundation, between Boston University researchers from diverse departments. The collaboration will look at advanced technology to get a handle on media overload.
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Anne McGhee-Stinson Managing Partner & Director of Practice, Effective Edge
IORG has done a tremendous job to raise awareness as well as provide well researched, practical resources to address the complex issues of information overload. They were way ahead of the game and continue to lead in this arena.
Dr. Lawrence Ampofo Director & Founder, Digital Mindfulness
IORG’s work is extremely relevant and impactful in an age when people regularly suffer from information overload. I regularly use their work to get the latest high-level thinking on information overload.
Rui Silva Founder - 2BePro
The costs associated with information overload are too high for this problem to be seen merely as an academic rhetoric… IORG helps us to not forget that this is a problem we face every day, despite the fact that it often goes unnoticed. In that sense, IORG was, for me, a “canary in the coal mine”, an advance indicator showing the imminence of a dangerous problem.