It’s in our control: review of Conquering Digital Overload

This new book provides guidance to everyone experiencing the “digital overload” that comes from being always on and subject to the increasingly rapid pace of change

Terri Griffith

Issue 10:  August 2018, pp 17-20

Tags: technology • stress • digital overload • leadership

Conquering Digital Overload: Leadership Strategies That Build Engaging Work Cultures, published in 2018 by Palgrave Macmillan, is a twelve-chapter work co-edited by Peter Thomson, Mike Johnson, and J. Michael Devlin. The sixteen authors of those twelve chapters each take on an aspect of digital overload and suggest possible solutions. These experts are brought together by their membership in the FutureWork Forum, a group that has been meeting for the last twenty years to discuss and work together to provide leadership as we build

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