I remember when email first arrived in the workplace. For years we had been sending memos (and actual carbon copies) in brown inter-office envelopes; then in 1994 all of a sudden everyone in my global company (Intel) could communicate by email at the click of a mouse. Wow! You could write a coworker on the […]
Nathan Zeldes is a globally recognized thought leader in the search for improved knowledge worker productivity. After a 26 year career as a manager and principal engineer at Intel Corporation, he now helps organizations solve core problems at the intersection of information technology and human behavior. He is also the president of the Information Overload Research Group (IORG) and both a judge and mentor at MassChallenge.