A CEO gives his take on information overload and how he mitigates it in his company.
It is no secret that the attention span of today’s people is embarrassingly short. This post discusses some of the implications for all of us – as individuals, as employees, as managers, and as parents.
This is a quick read that emphasizes the cognitive price we pay when we’re constantly shifting our attention from one item to another. It is a 2 min or less resource so go ahead “Do It!”
An often overlooked aspect of Info Overload: the Windows desktop!
While telecommuting and work-from-home options continue to be adopted by a large and growing percentage of employers, several have moved to reverse the trend of work-at-home employment, forcing employees back into corporate offices.
Why do companies resist work from home?
Many employers struggle with it because managers are unable to discern the productivity level of remote workers. Understanding how to optimize employee effort and output (productivity) is essential, and a new breed of analytics solutions called “people analytics” enables organizations to observe overall work trends and productivity of employees—whether they are in the office or working remotely.
Daniel Levitin discusses how to battle the data deluge as laid out in his book, “The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload.”
Practical advice on getting in control of the Inbox.