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How Do You Manage Information Overload In The Digital Age?

Is it possible to serve the church’s mission and still give your mind, body and soul a much-needed break from the seemingly unending flow of information? And when you are plugged in, can you manage the wave of information so that you can avoid drowning in it? The answer is yes, and it is crucial that leaders develop perspectives and ways to manage information overload, or they risk making increasingly poor decisions. An article housed on the Faith & Leadership website of Duke Divinity School explores the problem and offers some guidelines.  In a second article, Faith & Leadership presents some tips on managing information overload in the digital age, suggested by Christian institutional leaders and scholars who study the topic.

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