Information overload is an increasing problem both in the workplace and in our personal lives.
We are no longer able to switch off with smart phones, tablets and laptops to keep us connected and up to date on the go.
In office spaces, the problem seem to spread.
When employees are overloaded there is a tendency to send more emails for clarification, forward full reports instead of key insights and work on multiple tasks at once instead of focusing a single goal. Workers are also spending a large portion of the work day disconnected from important tasks due to interruptions such as telephones, email pop ups etc.
How do you manage information overload in your workplace?
Neuresource group have put together the top 7 easy to follow tips to avoid cognitive exhaustion.
Read the full article here.