Time Management

   

Definition: Time Management is the conscious control of the amount of time spent on activities, in order to maximize personal efficiency.
TM involves analyzing how time is spent, and then prioritizing different work tasks. To be effective as a person or manager, one should be able to distinguish clearly between what is important and what is not.
One tool you can use is the Eisenhower Matrix to consider the importance and urgency of issues and tasks.


   

   

More on time management.
More on time: Getting Things Done, Ivy Lee Method, Saying No to Requests.



   

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