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AI and Our Fight Against Information Overload

Resource Author:  Ceecee Wong
Resource Date:  2019-05-06
Resource Name:  CDO Trends
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

A look at the role of AI in the future of corporate data management.

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AI in UC – Too Much Information?

Resource Author:  Rob Scott
Resource Date:  2019-05-22
Resource Name:  UC Today
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

Pondering the impact of AI in our worklives.

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How to Manage Email Overload — Get Organised in 21 Days

Resource Author:  vicky Webster and Martin Webster
Resource Date:  2019-05-01
Resource Name:  Leadership Thoughts
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

Practical advice on getting in control of the Inbox.

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The problem with email overload

Resource Author:  Nilanjana Roy
Resource Date:  2017-05-02
Resource Name:  Financial Times
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

A philosophical look at email management strategies.

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5 Books For Reducing Email Overload

Resource Author:  Francesco D'Alessio
Resource Date:  2017-02-16
Resource Name:  Medium
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

The author lists his favorite books to help you combat email overload on a daily basis. These are all written by some of the leading productivity experts who’s managed to be at peace with their inbox.

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Information Overload: Why Our ‘Smartphones’ Aren’t Making Us Any Smarter

Resource Author:  Micah Hanks
Resource Date:  2018-07-21
Resource Name:  Mysterious Universe
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

This article looks at the many negative effects og overuse of smartphones.

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5 apps to limit email overload

Resource Author:  Glenn Rees
Resource Date:  2019-05-01
Resource Name:  INTHEBLACK
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

Applications that help you deal with email overload.

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A third of Dutch workers suffer information overload

Resource Author:  Janene Pieters
Resource Date:  2019-04-11
Resource Name:  NLTimes
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

Last year 28 percent of all employees in the Netherlands often or always received so much information in a working day that they had difficulty processing it quickly enough. In 2014 it was 25 percent, according to a study by Statistics Netherlands and TNO.

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How to Go About Renovating the Workplace and the Workday in 2019

Resource Author:  Khiv Singh
Resource Date:  2019-03-07
Resource Name:  Business 2 Community
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

Technology has vastly changed all aspects of our lives, particularly the workplace.

Web conferencing, Skype, the cloud, and even the introduction of virtual reality in the enterprise – the list of changes is significant.

But there are other technological tools companies are beginning to use remodel the workplace and the notion of the workday, while improving productivity and employee satisfaction. In 2019, there are five changes in work as we know it that can better the workplace and which can be enabled by today’s digital workplace technology.

First among them is that people should be allowed to work remotely.

What are the remaining four changes, and how can technology enable them?

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We May Be Collaborating Too Much

Resource Author:  Khiv Singh
Resource Date:  2019-03-07
Resource Name:  Datanami
URL:   Link to Source Article or Site

There’s no shortage of enterprise aptitude for digital collaboration tools.

But in the midst of this digital collaboration arms race, are we helping or hurting overall workplace productivity and effectiveness?

As organizations have placed an ever-increasing focus on adopting new technologies to aid collaboration and engineer a more responsive, real-time business, we’ve now reached a state of communication overload.

Today corporate success hinges on intellectual capability, and productivity is dependent on cultivating a focused workplace that facilitates the synthesis of information, for value creation and innovation. To this end, employers must provide an employee experience that facilitates focused work—one that prioritizes attention management or mindfulness and not just the latest technology that is the “flavor of the month.”

Via people analytics, organizations and work groups capture and study work patterns and analyze it to understand productivity trends and traps, thus eliminating collaboration overkill and improving the employee experience by minimizing stress and improving efficiency.

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