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" As irony will have it, good communication is often the sacrifice when we leap from tab to tab, juggling the work we're meant to complete on our monitors along with the many, needy little windows imploring for our attention. The rise of open-office spaces has stolen workers' freedom to speak privately."When you're in an open office space, you can't have quick conversation without disturbing those around you," Chandler Bolt, the author of "The Productive Person," tells The Huffington Post."We have a PHENOMENAL capacity to manage multiple streams of data, or coordinate several tasks, when they all are part of the same bigger activity and contribute to a common goal: not only can we do it, we find immense pleasure in it.The problem is that the modern workplaces throws lots of different, little, conflicting things at us." project, intermittently, while attempting to complete your own assignment.Workers are also concerned about eavesdropping, so they turn to the "safety" of their screens to trade ideas, platitudes and tribulations with colleagues through online chat. While a concise instant message may seem to be an efficient way to touch base (without strains like rising from your swivel chair), the interaction can quickly turn trite or futile.
The more time you spend swapping complaints about your boss, links to the best video you've seen all year and -- oh, right -- questions about Gchat Forces Us To Multitask The quintessential problem with Gchat is that it encourages the user to multitask, which some scientists argue, is a not actually possible.
When we undertake more than one responsibility at a time, each task tends to be fulfilled less effectively than if we had given it our full attention.