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The Attention economy

Ubiquity, Volume 2001 Issue May, May 1 - May 31, 2001 | BY Thomas H. Davenport , John C. Beck 

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COMMENTS

I thoroughly agree that CEO's and the C-Suite struggle to monopolise the attention of employees and middle managers on the 'right things' while filtering the more futile endeavours. Is there greater scope for in-house psychological education/training which could assist attention management and 'change management' beyond individual initiatives? I feel like companies need in-house programmes to address this huge dillema..

��� NEIL WALSH, Tue, 20 Sep 2011 04:57:42 UTC

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