« Bird Flu Epidemic and Learning | Main | The Case for Delaying Level 2 Assessments »

Thursday, 16 March 2006

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341cf01053ef00d8355e053169e2

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference March Madness and Productivity Loss:

Comments

Tampa Web Design

There undoubtedly is an impact on workplace productivity during March Madness. People in offices all over the country will attest to the fact that coworkers have taken vacation days or called in sick in order to watch the first round games.

kitchen cabinets clearwater

I think company even makes links unavailable except through this central march-madness portal.

Just Energy

Wonderful vector for spreading malware and virus March Madness the knee jerk dance of the media drones who must be entertained by external stimuli 24×7 because their souls are deadened by the dystopian society...

About WFG

It's probably a drain on things, Also, it brings people together.

Christmas Island

The ratio of the losses is really accurate! I would say, a great job done!

Amy McCraken evergreen custom media

Workers waste most of their time,"filling out their brackets,researching their teams and talking around the water cooler...This is what I have heard..

The comments to this entry are closed.

Search Will's Blog

  • Google
    This Blog Web

Translate

eLearning Manifesto

Tracker

Notable Books

  • Brown, Roediger, McDaniel: Making Learning Stick
  • Clark Quinn Revolutionize L&D
  • Ruth Clark: Developing Expertise
  • Julie Dirksen: Design for How People Learn
  • Thiagi: Design Games for Performance Improvement
  • Wick, Jefferson, Pollock: Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning
  • Mooney & Brinkerhoff: Courageous Training
  • Cammy Bean: Accident Instructional Designer
  • Atul Gawande: Checklist Manifesto
  • Allison Rossett: First Things Fast
  • Merrienboer & Kirschner: Ten Steps to Complex Learning
  • Jane Bozarth: Show Your Work
  • Michael Allen: Leaving ADDIE for SAM
  • Ruth Clark: Evidence-Based Training
  • Robert Brinkerhoff: Telling Training's Story
  • Jack Phillips: Show me the Money (ROI)
  • Jefferson, Pollock, Wick: Managers Guide to Breakthrough Learning
  • Chad Udell: Learning Everywhere
  • Allison Rossett: Performance Support
  • Connie Malamed: Visual Language for Designers
  • Gottfredson & Mosher: Performance Support
  • Clark & Mayer -- Science of eLearning