Events

Upcoming or Past Events at IORG

Information Overload Day 2022 – Webinar Replay

Thank you to everyone who attended the “Information Overload Day 2022 – “The intersection of Mindfulness and Information Overload:” webinar on October 18th.

A Replay of this year’s event is now available on the IORG YouTube Channel and is also embedded at the bottom of this post.

This year’s event discussed how Information Overload problem and its solution

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Watch the June IORG Bonfire #4 replay!

Watch the IORG Bonfire #4 recording from June of 2022.

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Join the IORG Virtual Bonfire on Wed., June 22.

Interested in mitigating information overload? Let’s get together!
The Information Overload Research Group’s Steering Team invites you to meet us via Zoom for a free-form conversation about managing Information Overload. No agenda, no PowerPoint… just friends exchanging views on a subject we all care about.

The event will take place for an hour on Wednesday, June 22, at 11am EDT.

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Watch the IORG Bonfire #3 recording!

Watch the IORG Bonfire #3 recording from February!

 

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Information Overload Day 2021 – Webinar Replay

Thank you to everyone who attended the “Information Overload Day 2021 – Information Overload Evolution” webinar on October 19th.

A Replay of this year’s event is now available on the IORG Youtube Channel and is also embedded at the bottom of this post.

This year’s event covered the topics of Information Overload, No-Email, Mindfulness, Decluttering, and the use

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Open Business, a way to communicate better and have more fun in the process


It’s the last day of IORGLiveMonth today, a great experience for me, one month where I could look into Information Overload and having to talk about it connected several dots, opened my mind to some of the little details that matter, some of the little behavioral patterns that we all do and observe, that start in good will but …

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Mindfulness and Information Overload a natural connection

The third week passed and I knew it would bring some controversial topics and new perspectives on what can cause information overload and how to reduce it.

Once we recognize the existence of information overload and we attribute to it several unpleasant consequences like stress, lack of focus, time waste, low productivity, miscommunication, bad collaboration…, we cannot avoid to focus …

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Value conversations and work free from information overload

The second week of #IORGLiveMonth just finished a great journey for me so far in sharing my experiences and reflections with all of you and at the same time building a video library or hints and tips that will be accessible by everyone for the time to come.

I don’t expect to bring absolute truths or solutions on the table …

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Five Tips to Reduce Information Overload on Information Overload Day

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 reduce the impact of Information Overload …

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