|March Madness is a great time to if whether workers are doing what they're supposed to -- and how to fix it if not.|
1. Information overload cost the U.S. economy almost $1 trillion in 2010;
2. Reading and processing just 100 email messages can occupy over half of a worker's day;
3. It takes five minutes to get back on track after a 30-second interruption;
4. Sixty-six percent of so-called knowledge workers feel they don't have enough time to get all of their work done each day.