Multiple reasons not to multitask

05/21/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

Executives often fool themselves into thinking they're more productive when multitasking, but in reality their productivity plummets, their IQ drops as much as if they'd missed a night of sleep, and they may be less successful at juggling tasks than those who are more focused, writes Peter Bregman.

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