Information Overload: How to build resilience to information overload
Below is the layout of the paper with the different sections required. There also needs to be at least one Venn Diagram in the appendix. I wanted to use the concentration of focus to include the 70/20/10 model of learning as the basis for the paper (70% OJT, 20% Mentoring/Coaching, 10% Classroom and Reading).
Topic: Information overload: how to build resilience to information overload
Title: Information: Finding The Needle In The Haystack
Purpose of the Study
Heavy Equipment (Construction) Industry
as entrant into the managerial career marketplace
Strategic vision overview- corporate to business level- creating a local strategy
Goal- Best Practices, tips, and tricks to build business intelligence via new age technology in order to genuinely interface with the end user
Management Research Questions
What, Where, When, Who types…
What attributes of communication contribute to information overload in the operations heavy equipment industry?
Morgan- Feedbacks loops- Images of Organization
Comparative Literature Review
Findings of the Research
Validity & Reliability:
1. Business Research Methods: https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=l7u6BwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=business+research+methods+management+research+question&ots=AvPlzbMTKk&sig=LbYOwVWpBG4DKuUl16zoAbDuw7c#v=snippet&q=management%20research%20question&f=false
2.Social Research Methods: http://www.socialresearchmethods.net/kb/reliable.php
Possible Sources for this Paper:
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Oldroyd, J., Morris, S. (2012). Catching falling stars: A human resource response to social capitals detrimental effect of information overload on star employees. Academy of Management Review. Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 396-418.
Lucian, R. (August, 2014). Digital overload: The effects of the large amounts of information when purchasing online. Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce. Vol. 19, No. 2.
Shang, R., Chen, Y., Chen, S. (2013). The effects of the number of alternative products and the way they are presented on the consumers subjective statuses in online travel sites. Behaviour & Information Technology. Vol. 32, No. 7, pp. 630-643.
Roux, D., Rogers, K., Biggs, C., Ashton, P., Sergeant, A. (2006). Bridging the science-management divide: Moving from unidirectional knowledge transfer to knowledge interfacing and sharing. Ecology and Society. Vol. 11, No. 1.
Allen, D., Shoard, M. (January, 2005). Spreading the load: Mobile information and communications technologies and their effect on information overload. Information Research. Vol. 10, No. 2.
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