Dilbert on Attention

December 21, 2006 at 6:01 pm | Posted in Attention Management | 6 Comments

I don’t normally blog comics, but when one has to do with attention I can’t help it. Alerting, pulling messages forward, use of multi-channel communication to escalate important messages, the futility of attention management with clueless people … it’s all here:
Dilbert on Attention

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