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Finally, a study to back up what I always told my managers at CEISS --
I work best when I'm working on 1 or 2 tasks/projects.
Actually, Hal Jorch (http://www.google.com/search? hl=en&safe=off&q=hal+), the first manager I had at CEISS, really understood this. (He didn't stay at CEISS very long -- hint hint).
When I told him I was being asked to do too many things at once he
taught me about thrashing (http://www.google.com/search?
00.html+), which is what happens when a multitasking operating system
starts spending more time switching between tasks than performing the
tasks themselves. He said it applied to people every bit as much as
2) German Etiquette and Customs for Travelers: Your visit to Germany will be more enjoyable if you understand why
people behave the way they do. You'll find information here about
German customs and etiquette for everyday occasions.