Information Overload: A System for Better Managing Everyday Data

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 2, 2010 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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World-class guidance on using information to achieve better performance

Examining the characteristics of information and the latest findings in cognitive science, this book shows how the mind works, how it can be used to think optimally about your business, and how to improve business performance with better information management practices.

  • Provides the process and tools necessary to identify this information and how to remember it, and how to better use the people around you to obtain the best information
  • Reveals how to handle all of the hundreds of pieces of information received daily
  • Provides case studies as well as checklists that show managers how to implement the methodology presented in the book

Innovative and ahead of its time, this book helps you take control of all the information that enters your life, get better informed, and have more time for the important issues you face within your business.

 

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Contents

Title Page
INFORMATION ON INFORMATION
CHAPTER 2ALOTOF INFORMATION
BRAIN MATTERS
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GUUS PIJPERS (guuspijpers.com) is Managing Director of Acuerdis, a consulting company that offers business solutions to organizations that recognize the key role that information plays in organizational success. In addition, he is an Associate Professor of Information Behavior at TiasNimbas Business School in Tilburg, Netherlands, and an Academic Advisor at the Institute for Innovation and Information Productivity. He has over twenty-five years of extensive experience in information and information usage at every corporate managerial level, as chief information officer at Philips Electronics and a consultant and IT auditor at KPMG. He is currently working with a number of companies on programs aimed at implementing the new world of work for the people-ready business.

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