Quiet Time and No Email Day

November 26, 2008 at 8:09 am 1 comment

In 2005, Linda Stone wrote “The driving question is going from ‘what do I have to gain?’ to ‘what do I have to lose?’ Now we’re over-stimulated, over-wound, unfulfilled. Continuous partial attention isn’t motivated by productivity, it’s motivated by being connected.”

On the other hand, companies operate by striving for productivity.

Intel introduced Quiet Time and No Email Day a year ago. First positive results were blogged in June 2008. Where is the final report?

Thanks, Sophie.

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  • 1. Nathan Zeldes  |  December 2, 2008 at 11:31 am

    The full report has not been published so far; we’re considering how to release it.

    Meanwhile the pilot group continues to apply Quiet Time to good advantage.

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