Attention Management Report Published

January 10, 2007 at 12:56 pm | Posted in Attention Management | 1 Comment

My report on attention management was just released yesterday. I’ve attached the information and link below, but it requires a client subscription. But if you can’t get to the paper, you can see a (very) brief summary of it in an eWeek article that came out the same day “IT Pros Advised to Address Information Overload”.

Full Report:

Techniques to Address Attention Fatigue and Info-Stress in the Too-Much-Information Age

The flow of messages and content faced by information workers is increasing but their attention spans remain fixed and limited. Each beneficial new communication and collaboration technology brings along the burden of one more channel that information workers, already suffering from information overload, must pay attention to. Accordingly, attention fatigue will be a gating factor for the success of collaboration and communication projects and activities. In this overview, Craig Roth examines how attention overload afflicts businesses and how an Enterprise Attention Management strategy improves information worker effectiveness and responsiveness.

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  1. Dealing with Info-stress and Attention Fatigue

    Does this strike a chord?:The flow of messages and content faced by information workers is increasing but their attention spans remain fixed and limited.That comes from an introduction to a report by the Burton Group’s Craig Roth catchily (sorry!) ent…


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