More on Multitasking – 04/23/2001

Interviews – Clifford Nass | Digital Nation | FRONTLINE | PBS

“It turns out multitaskers are terrible at every aspect of multitasking. They’re terrible at ignoring irrelevant information; they’re terrible at keeping information in their head nicely and neatly organized; and they’re terrible at switching from one task to another.”

This interview is worth reading in its entirety.

Anatomy of a Financial Collapse

First look – Wall Street and the Financial Crisis; Anatomy of a Financial Collapse « The Bankwatch

Follow the link above to another link for the pdf version of the US Senate Levin/Coburn report.  In keeping with my policy of attribution the link is to an article where I became aware of the original report.

Read broadly and think critically.

More on Flight Risk

Employee Loyalty Waning as National Unemployment Rate Continues to Fall

No, we are not talking about holes in 737’s.  We are talking about MetLife’s 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends.  I always credit my sources so instead of a direct link to the MetLife study I’ve linked the article where I first read about the study.  There is a link at the bottom of that article to the download page at MetLife.