Most companies are better at giving employees access to the information superhighway than at teaching them how to drive. This is starting to change. Management consultants have spotted an opportunity. Derek Dean and Caroline Webb of McKinsey urge businesses to embrace three principles to deal with data overload: find time to focus, filter out noise and forget about work when you can.
Resource Author: Schumpeter columnistResource Date: 2011-06-30Resource Name: Published in The Economist on 06/30/2011.URL: Link to Source Article or Site