Reader survey: The fear of missing out

We’ve learned to communicate in entirely new ways, with technology that offers instant communication (whether we want it or not!). A phenomenon identified by neurologists as FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) drives us to check our Twitter, Facebook, and email accounts frequently, even when we’re not expecting anything. How often do you check email—either business or personal—during the workday? Plus, see the results of last month’s poll.

Here’s a reader survey question for December: We’ve learned to communicate in entirely new ways, with technology that offers instant communication (whether we want it or not!). A phenomenon identified by neurologists as FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) drives us to check our Twitter, Facebook, and email accounts frequently, even when we’re not expecting anything. How often do you check email—either business or personal—during the workday? Help us understand where you look for outside help. Let us know by December 21 so we can include your response in next month’s chart.








 


Thank you for participating in our survey!

External advice

Last month, our readers responded to our survey question, “Where do you seek external advice for organizational improvement?” This CHARTrunner Lean chart reflects your responses.

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One thought on “Reader survey: The fear of missing out

  1. Able to know lof of new messages. My small suggestion is can be added one more topic in this megazine as “Question Bank”. If minimum 25 questions with answers in every month issues, , it will very useful to us.

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