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Series on Multi-tasking: Being focused

What did Steve Jobs, one of the greatest entrepreneurs of the century, think about Multitasking? Regardless of how you feel about Apple, Steve Jobs was […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Effects on Productivity

So we have read that multi-tasking might not be the most optimal way to function however, are there are any numbers which can peg the […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Supertaskers

So most of us by now agree that multi-tasking is not always the most efficient way to get work done. However, scientific research has proved […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Is it needed for success?

Research conducted at Stanford University found that multitasking is less productive than doing a single thing at a time. The researchers found that people who […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Is it all bad?

Not too long ago, multitasking was viewed as a coveted skill among workers. There was a belief that, like computers, employees that could multitask could […]

Series on Multi-tasking – Negative outcomes

A 56-year-old man with dementia was admitted to a medical center. His feeding tube needed to be removed from his stomach. It’s a common enough […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Monochronic vs. Polychronic

In psychology the monochronic assumption is the idea that it’s always better to complete one task before you start on the next. In research conducted […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Leonardo Da Vinci

Leonardo Da Vinci is arguably history’s greatest multi-tasker. Possessor of a curious mind and keen intellect, Da Vinci studied the laws of science and nature, […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Benjamin Franklin

Let us look at a brief look at the life of Benjamin Franklin. One of the greatest multi-taskers in modern history. His life is proof […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Women vs. Men

It is not a myth – women really are better than men at multitasking, at least in certain cases, a study says. Men were slower […]

Series on Multi-tasking: Media multitaskers

To date, there has been a lot of publicity about the detrimental aspects of media multitasking – using more than one form of media or […]

Series on Multi-tasking: The eternal dilemma

The modern world’s dilemma that confronts most people is how to fit in the maximum in a limited hours day. Multi-tasking is touted as the […]