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Information overload : a system for better managing everyday data

Author: Guus Pijpers
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2010.
Series: Microsoft executive leadership series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In today's business environments, information is now the single most valuable asset. This book helps managers take control of all the information that enters their lives. By following the advice  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guus Pijpers
ISBN: 9780470625743 0470625740
OCLC Number: 505422840
Description: xviii, 200 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. I. The principles --
ch.1. Information on information --
History of information --
Meaning of information --
Characteristics of information --
Attributes of information --
A definition of information --
Value of information --
ch.2. A lot of information --
Concept of information overload --
Definitions of information overload --
Collecting mania --
Collecting strategies --
Barriers to information use --
Symptoms of information overload --
Causes of information overload --
Information overload today --
ch.3. Brain matters --
History of our brain --
Brain facts --
Brain metaphors --
Types of memory --
Remembering and recalling --
Left brain versus right brain --
Dreaming --
Mirroring --
ch.4. We people --
Some observations --
Information behavior --
Information behavior theories --
Conclusion --
pt. II. In practice --
ch. 5. Information profile --
A person's background --
Information aptitude --
Information attitude --
Information handling --
Conclusion --
ch. 6. Mind your brain --
Sensitive information --
Mixed feelings --
Food for thought --
Brain muscles --
ch.7. Brain at work --
Pay attention --
Remember to remember --
Remember to forget --
Stop! --
ch.8. The information brain --
Search and find --
Save everything --
Order, please --
Filter --
Information planning --
ch.9. Information at work --
Learn smarter --
Information productivity --
Smart information workers --
Technology smart --
ch.10. Clever communication --
Communicate information --
Storytelling --
Picture perfect --
Navigating the information sea --
ch.11. People at work --
Smart people --
Managing information workers --
Timing is everything --
Seasoned citizens.
Series Title: Microsoft executive leadership series.
Responsibility: Guus Pijpers.

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