In the age of information, office workers process huge amounts of information and distribute their attention to several tasks in parallel. However, attention is a scarce resource and attentional breakdowns, such as missing important information, may occur while using information systems (IS). Currently, there is a lack of support to understand and improve attention management to avoid such breakdowns. In the meantime, self-tracking applications are becoming popular due to the increasing sensory capabilities of smart devices. These systems support their users in understanding and reflecting their behavior. In this research-in-progress paper, we suggest leveraging self-tracking concepts for attention management while working with ISs and describe the design of the NeuroIS-based system called “AttentionBoard”. The goal of AttentionBoard is to help office workers in improving their attention management competencies. The system records attention allocation in real-time using eyetracking and presents the aggregated data as metrics and visualizations on a dashboard. This paper presents the first step by motivating and introducing an initial design following the design science research (DSR) methodology.