Call for speakers for IO Day 2020

The Information Overload Research Group is getting ready for Information Overload Day, due to take place on October 20, 2020.

Information Overload Day is a workplace observance, now in its twelfth year, that calls attention to the problem of Information Overload and how it impacts both individuals and organizations. As in previous years we will mark the day with a free webinar devoted to some aspect of Information Overload and its mitigation. The webinar will include lecture(s) and/or a panel discussion.

This year the theme of the event will be

Information Overload in the new Post-COVID workplace

We are interested in cultural shifts, organizational design and models, communications technology and challenges, with special attention to new modes of information overload and new solutions to address them.

We encourage you to send us ideas for this webinar, proposing a speaker(s) you think would be of interest to our audience, and/or specific lecture and panel subjects within the scope of the above theme.

Please send your input to president@iorgforum.org

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  1. During this time of world crises, including the Covid-19 pandemic, global warming, social and political unrest, all media is rife with information and misinformation. Keep Calm, Carry On! Thought leader Dr. Cheryl BryantBruce speaks on better communication skills, better listening skills and better discernment skills to sort out the chatter that matters from the noise. Her main areas of expertise include medicine, lifestyle, relationships, and diversity.

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