From the monthly archives:

March 2011

Fun PD Day at Google Cambridge HQ

A METAA-organized professional development day at Google Cambridge Headquarters was a great success today. We had a really good turnout of participants and the presentations were engaging, interesting, and full of information. Google presenters included Stephen Vinter, Jaime Casap, Dana Nguyen. A presentation about Google Books was also extremely interesting, but I can’t find the […]

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21st Century Organizations

Collaboration, partnerships, and communication across organizations are key characteristics for today’s successful organizations. We are stronger and can offer more when we build strong partnerships with other organizations whose missions and interests align with our own. In this brief slide deck that I presented at a MassCUE board retreat, my points were about serving our […]

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Multitasking or Serial Tasking?

I found this (brief) article interesting –  it is the norm today to try to do several things at once. It seems we are fooling ourselves. Research shows that what we are really doing when we think we are multitasking is “serial tasking” – shifting gears between the tasks and losing some ground every time […]

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