Time Management

Time Management - as to be more effective in performing the...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Time Management A Lesson on an Essential Life Skill
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Time n Commonly defined as the management of time in order to make the most out of it
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A contemporary way of improving time n Task List
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Task n Task lists are often tiered. The simplest tiered system includes a general to-do list (or task- holding file) to record all the tasks the person needs to accomplish, and a
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Resistors n Fear of change: Change can be daunting and one may be afraid to change what's proven to work in the past. n Uncertainty: Even with the change being inevitable, one may be hesitant as being not sure where to start. Uncertainty about when or how to begin making a change can be significant. n Time pressure: To save time, one has to invest time, and this time investment may be a cause of concern. Fearing that changing may involve more work at the start -- and thus, in the very short term, make things worse -- is a common
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Drivers n Increased effectiveness: One may feel the need to make more time so
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Unformatted text preview: as to be more effective in performing the job and carrying out responsibilities. n Performance improvement: Time management is an issue that often arises during performance appraisals or review meetings. n Personal development: One may view changing the approach to time management as a personal development issue and reap the benefit of handling time differently at work and at home. n Increased responsibilities: A change in time-management approach may become necessary as a result of a promotion or additional n Techniques for Setting Priorities Met hods f or Set t i ng Pr i or i t i es n ABC Anal ysi s- hi ghest pr i or i t y t o hi ghest l et t er n Par et o Anal ysi s- 80% of wor k i n 20% of t he t i me n POSEC- P r i or i t i ze by O r gani zi ng, S t r eam l i ni ng, E conom i zi ng, C ont r i but i ng n Ei senhower Met hod- t asks di st r i but ed i nt o quadr ant s of I mpor t ant / Uni mpor t ant &...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course ADV 101 taught by Professor Soban during the Spring '08 term at High Point.

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