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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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The Resource Person of the session Naseer Akhtar provided detailed information on the theory and key skills of time management and its practical implementation in business and professionalism.
The fact that humans have the time management skills is one of the factors that affect and show directly the development level of a society.
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In fact, there is a lot you can do if you are not very good at time management.