Do not start where you are, do not start where the newness is – far ahead, but where people are. Start always from the people towards the newness and not from the unknown towards the people. Start with the understood, the usual and the accepted.
In a nutshell, this is a place where: Differences are nurtured, so individuals can be themselves at work and contribute their unique talents. Information is not suppressed or distorted, so people can find out what they need to know to do their work.
Information Overload is when you are trying to deal with more information than you are able to process to make sensible decisions. The result is either that you either delay making decisions, or that you make the wrong decisions.
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What Is Our Worth? | Inside Higher Ed by @readwriting - How do we ensure that we are properly compensated for our work, both now and later? How do we keep from our work and our ideas from being exploited? Scholarship is supposed to be a conversation, but what happens if discussions that we initiated go on behind our backs?