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Time Management

 
#1 Time Management
23/06/2008 12:38

Time Management

Hello consultants and experienced managers.

Please share your tips for improving personal time management and obliterating non-constructive procrastination.

Thank you.

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#2 RE: Time Management
23/06/2008 13:02

Andrew Eldritch to Time Management (#1)

Read "Getting things done". Simple, practical, effective.

If it will take less than 2 minutes, do it there and then, otherwise, delegate or defer (and follow up).

Lovely.

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#3 RE: Time Management
23/06/2008 13:05

Time Management to Andrew Eldritch (#2)

I'm thinking of things like when you have a big report to write. It won't take 2 minutes, nor do I have anyone I can delegate it to. As for deferring... well, that's what I was hoping to avoid. ;-)

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#4 RE: Time Management
23/06/2008 14:01

AE to Time Management (#3)

The premise is that procrastinating, delaying, and generally reviewing, re-creating and repeating to-do-lists laden with small tasks takes up a significant amount of an individual’s available time. Applying the “2 minute rule” to these small, but numerous tasks enables one to devote more time to the larger tasks such as report writing.

Once you have confidence in your ability to manage you workload, you’ll be able to plan accurately and devote your energies to the more cerebral commitments you have, rather than worrying whether you captured the action your boss mumbled in the lift on Tuesday morning.

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