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time management

  1. the organization of a manager's working practices so as to make the optimum use of the manager's scarce time.
  2. the process of reducing the amount of time taken in developing new product ideas into products, and getting them on to the market. Firms which are able to shorten new product lead times can often gain a significant COMPETITIVE ADVANCE over rival suppliers. See NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, CONCURRENT ENGINEERING.
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In a research, Keshavarzh studied "relationship between organizational skill of time management and job-related stress among the managers of educational institutes in Firoozabad town", which led to following results:
Time management can be viewed as a systematic approach to taking control of the issues that confront people on a day to day basis (Emmett, 2000) Research indicated that most time management techniques require minimal common sense strategies (Crouch, 2005; Hemphill, 2002; Kobert 1980) Principals' responsibilities include responding to demands from faculty and staff members, parents, central office and students.
Time management services allow businesses to connect through secure circuits to distributed CTCs.
Research has reported evidence for the multidimentional nature of the time management construct (Britton & Tesser, 1991; Macan, Shahani, Dipboye & Phillips, 1990).
In our present Information Age, time management, like so much else, is being reengineered.
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Professional experience in conducting trainings for adults on Time Management (for the past 3 years);
They highlighted the topics with special reference to Time Management, saying that time was a commodity/concept and through time management one can bring a change in his or her daily life.
Time management makes life less stressful and more productive,” said Geri Stengel, founder of Ventureneer.
The problem of time management among students may be responsible for the increasing incidents of student unrest in Nigerian universities.
Sometimes it is hard to make the necessary trade-offs to achieve time management, balance and are comfortable in decision-making--those three together.