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Tech Wellness in the Nonprofit Workplace: Tips for Avoiding Collaborative Overload

Beth Kanter

The potential for being overwhelmed by technology is magnified in the workplace by something called “ Collaborative Overload ” Rob Cross and Adam Grant in a recent Harvard Business Review article. According to Rob Cross’s research, knowledge workers spend 90 to 95 per cent of their time on the phone, responding to e-mails or in meetings. Many times we need to use technology to facilitate the meeting, whether it is bring a remote worker or view a presentation.

A Freethinking Leader's Guide To The Real World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Pay attention to who they are, and how they express that through their work, each and every day.

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Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Pay attention to who they are, and how they express that through their work, each and every day.

Work 52

Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Pay attention to who they are, and how they express that through their work, each and every day.

Work 52

Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Pay attention to who they are, and how they express that through their work, each and every day.

Work 52

Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. This research is the most precious knowledge we have about what animates great teams and their leaders, and is the foundation of the book. Pay attention to who they are, and how they express that through their work, each and every day.

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