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The organized mind : thinking straight in the age of information overload / by Daniel J. Levitin

By: Levitin, Daniel J.
Publisher: London, U.K. : Viking, 2014Description: xxvi, 496 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780670923113.Subject(s): Information | Behaviour | Personal developmentOnline resources: Download as an eBook Summary | Read our book review
Contents:
PART ONE: Too much information, too many decisions -- The first things to get straight. PART TWO: Organizing our homes -- Organizing our social world -- Organizing our time -- Organizing information for the hardest decisions -- Organizing the business world. PART THREE: What to teach our children -- Everything else -- APPENDIX: Constructing your own fourfold tables.
Summary: Highlights the issue of information overload and provides strategies to overcome it. Discusses how to effectively organise information in our work, home and social lives.
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Book Book Australia
209 LEV 2014 (Browse shelf) Available
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Book Book New Zealand
209 ORG (Browse shelf) Available
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PART ONE: Too much information, too many decisions -- The first things to get straight. PART TWO: Organizing our homes -- Organizing our social world -- Organizing our time -- Organizing information for the hardest decisions -- Organizing the business world. PART THREE: What to teach our children -- Everything else -- APPENDIX: Constructing your own fourfold tables.

Highlights the issue of information overload and provides strategies to overcome it. Discusses how to effectively organise information in our work, home and social lives.

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