#mckinsey on #information #overload and recovering #productivity; my take in #enterprise20 context

McKinsey has just published a very interesting article on the impact of multitasking and always-on on executive's productivity and focus (http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Recovering_from_information_overload_2735) in their Quarterly (awesome source!!). For me this phenomenon does not only apply to executives that get distracted from making key decisions and forward thinking. It also applies to the standard knowledge worker thatContinue reading “#mckinsey on #information #overload and recovering #productivity; my take in #enterprise20 context”

#historian’s perspective on #internet’s influence on #informationmanagement

Attending a small conference yesterday I had the pleasure to listen to a representative of the dept. for history of Munich’s Ludwig Maximilian University. He giving a presentation on the influence of the web on information management and made some interesting statements… Availability of and access to historical information As an historian he was reallyContinue reading “#historian’s perspective on #internet’s influence on #informationmanagement”